Several Presentations from the 2017 SAIGE National Training Program, “Standing Together,” are now available for you to access. You may find them by going to the “Past Training Programs” tab at the top of the Homepage and clicking the link for the Presentations under the 2017 section at the top. Or you can just click on this link:
Pevar_Trust_ResponsibilityFinal Stephen Pevar: Tribal Sovereignty, Trust Responsibility and Tribal Consultation
National Ocean Policy Public SAIGE 2017 Training Conference Don Chapman: National Ocean Policy Overview
Tribal Data Management_SAIGE PP V5 Final Jhon Goes In Center and Mary Iannone: Improving Tracking and Management of Tribal Data
Mackay 2017 SAIGE NTP PP Presentation – FINAL – A1 Christina Navarette-Wasson and Coralee Mackay: SAIGE Chapter Development
NOTE: Right click and Open in New Tab will allow you to save presentation to your computer. Then you can open it from that location.
We have had several reports of the We Ko Pa Hotel stating that the SAIGE Room Block is full for the dates of our NTP. This is not the case.
The online Hotel reservation link is
https://reservations.travelclick.com/96432?groupID=1665011 You should be able to make your reservation with this link.
If you have any problems while trying to make your Hotel Reservations please contact the hotel at the number below to make sure you are placed in our Block.
SAIGE Group rate – $89 per night. Booking 3 or more rooms or using a PO? Contact Michael Tomlinson – email@example.com or 480.789.5324.
For difficulties booking dates before or after the Program dates, please make your reservations online for the Program dates, and then contact Mr.Tomlinson to book the additional dates.
PLEASE NOTE: This Tribal Consultation Training course will be held concurrently with the SAIGE NTP in the same location. It is a separate 3-day intensive with its own registration cost and process through DOI Learn. It is not offered as part of the SAIGE NTP. SAIGE is a cooperating partner that is offering to host this training at our contracted facility.
If you are a federal employee not employed by DOI, or are a tribal government employee, you can still attend this popular course. Please see the attached flyer with information on how to do this.
SAIGE is very pleased to coordinate with DOI University for this training at the We Ko Pa Resort and Conference Center this year. SAIGE looks forward to working more in the future with DOI and the National Indian Programs Training Center to encourage employees to get the important training they need to conduct business with tribes properly.
If you have any questions concerning this course, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or April Gonzalez at the National Indian Programs Training Center, contact info on the flyer.
Thank you – Lori
SAIGE is now accepting nominations for the annual SAIGE Achievement Awards. The purpose of these awards is to recognize agencies and individuals (civilian or military), who through their personal commitment and professional initiative have made demonstrable contributions in recruiting, retaining, and providing career advancement opportunities to American Indian and Alaska Native employees in the Federal workforce.
Additionally they have assisted with the advancement of American Indian and Alaska Native professionals, role models and future leaders. Deadline is April 14 for awarding at National Training Program in June.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the
2017 SAIGE National Training Program
Go to http://www.etouches.com/saige2017 to register for “Standing Together,” June 5-8 in Scottsdale, AZ. Registration and Hotel details are all there. See you in June!
2017 SAIGE YOUTH PROGRAM PRESS RELEASE
SAIGE Announces Youth Program at 14th Annual National Training Program
The Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) is a national Non-profit organization that advocates for American Indian and Alaska Native Government employees in the federal, tribal, state and local sectors. SAIGE will host its 14th Annual National Training Program, “Standing Together,” June 5h – 8th, 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona. It will be held at the We Ko Pa Resort and Conference Center, a beautiful facility owned and operated by the Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation.
As part of the Training Program, SAIGE will also host the annual Native Student Youth Program.
This program is designed to provide Native American students an opportunity to learn about careers within the federal government, to experience leadership training, to participate in professional and personal development workshops, and to network with Native American professionals. (…edited here..)