Different Worlds: Native American Financial Capability
April is Financial Literacy Month, and First Nations Development Institute and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation are holding a webinar titled "Different Worlds: Native American Financial Capability"on April 13, 2017, at 2 p.m. EDT.
Learn more about financial literacy in Native American communities! This webinar will discuss a new report by First Nations Development Institute and the FINRA Foundation titled "Race and Financial Capability in America: Understanding the Native American Experience." This report uses data from the FINRA Foundation’s National Financial Capability Study to provide new information about financial security, knowledge and behavior in Native American communities.
To register for this informative webinar, click here.
SAVE THE DATE (MAY 10-11): Asset Building:
A Pathway to Economic Self-Determination III
HUD's Office of Native American Programs is pleased to announce, "Asset Building: A Pathway to Economic Self-Determination III," to be held on May 10-11, 2017 at the Isleta Resort in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The conference will focus on asset-building innovations in Indian Country and strategies for advancing economic opportunity around people and place. There is no charge to attend.
Call for Presentations (DEADLINE: April 7th): Funders, research and policy institutes, tribal governments, and asset building experts are encouraged to share their expertise and best practices. Your proposal should be geared toward these topics.
If you wish to submit a proposal to offer a presentation, please review the information that follows and complete the online submission form.