Formed in 2002, SAIGE is the first national non-profit organization representing American Indian and Alaska Native Federal, Tribal, State, and local government employees.
SAIGE hosts an outstanding Annual National Training Program, open to all, focused on professional development, leadership and topics related to the complex Federal Indian Trust Responsibility. Integral to this, SAIGE provides specialized training sessions for Veterans and Youth.
SAIGE is planning several virtual activities for you to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, including an auction, musical concert, panels and presentations, some featuring SAIGE Youth. A schedule of events is posted below.
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Yes! We are holding the Friends of SAIGE online auction through Tuesday, Nov. 24. We have improved the auction experience by partnering with Betterworld.org. Find beautiful and unique items for your early holiday shopping. We invite you to enter by clicking HERE. Happy Bidding!
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STEM Talking Circle Webinar
Host: Carl Etsitty, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), SAIGE Board of Directors
A roundtable discussion featuring Native American professionals involved in Science, Technology and Math related Careers
Recording of the Session can be seen here for a limited time. You will need to use this passcode in order to access it: p8D.5XA?
Download Nov. 17 Flyer with full details
Webinar: Tribal Sovereignty: Understanding the Impact of the Supreme Court’s Decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma
Michael McBride and Jonodev Chaudhuri
Host: Jay Spaan, SAIGE Vice-Chair 1 hour, 30 minutes
On July 9, the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision in the McGirt v. Oklahoma. This holding in this case is the most significant sovereignty decision in Oklahoma history—declaring that the Muscogee (Creek) Nation lands, reserved since the 19th century, remain a Native American reservation and are thus considered “Indian country” for the purposes of the Major Crimes Act. You may see the recorded session by clicking HERE.
SAIGE is happy to present some amazing virtual events for you to enjoy celebrating Native American Heritage Month.
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To recognize 2020 as a unique year, SAIGE wanted to offer you a way to still feel part of the organization and express our solidarity together.
Martin Sports Apparel is making branded gear available to show your SAIGE pride. We created a special slogan for this memorable year: Peace, Hope and SAIGE. We wish you peace of mind in the here and now and hope for the future.
Proceeds will help with our operational expenses. SAIGE thanks you for your support! Items includes a variety of face coverings, t-shirts and polos and a limited number of bucket hats. To see our items go to:
August 25th, 2020
Greetings SAIGE members and friends,
We have all experienced challenges the past few months, and SAIGE had to cancel its annual Training Program for the first time in 17 years due to the pandemic. To recognize 2020 as a unique year when we could not… [read more…]
June 22nd, 2020
SAIGE is continuing our tradition of the wonderful silent AUCTION, although this time everyone can join the fun because it will be held online.
This is how it works: Photos of items for sale will be posted on the SAIGE website (https://saige.org) an… [read more…]
June 1st, 2020
The COVID-19 global pandemic has put a strain on resources everywhere: medical, financial, educational, emotional, social, and more.
Nonprofit organizations face increased demand for their services, but also struggle with reduced resources due t… [read more…]
See more 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 & 2015 NTP pics on SAIGE’s Flickr page
Photos copyright: 2015 NTP C. Mackay; 2016 NTP R. Chavez; 2017 NTP C.Takawana; 2018 W. Lord, 2019 D.Garceau, L. Jones