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 provides a forum on the issues, challenges, and opportunities of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the government workforce and works to foster a professional network among these government employees.
SAIGE is proud to host an outstanding Annual National Training Program focused on professional development, leadership and topics that are integral to the highly complex relationship known as the Federal Indian Trust Responsibility. As part of this program, SAIGE offers special training sessions for Veterans and Youth. Additionally, local native communities in the area provide cultural presentations, increasing awareness and understanding of tribal communities.
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Announcing our 17th Annual National Training Program taking place in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the beautiful tribally owned River Spirit Resort. We hope you will join us!
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The Talking Leaf is our biannual newsletter. Click the thumbnail below to download the latest issue or visit the archives.
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…]