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LEVEL ONE:
INTRODUCTORY COURSE

Price: $75*
1 Module

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One Course Option:


NATIVE NATION BUILDING

This course surveys the nation-rebuilding efforts of Native nations today, and compares and contrasts the two approaches to economic and community development that they typically pursue.

The Native Nation Building introductory course presents the five critical keys to successful nation building, and begins to explore why these each of these keys is so important to sustainable economic and community development.

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LEVEL TWO:
SHORT COURSES

Price: $225 each*
3 Modules each

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Six Course Options:


ADMINISTRATION

CONSTITUTIONS


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS


JUSTICE SYSTEMS

LEADERSHIP

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LEVEL THREE:
FULL COURSE

Price: $675*
All 9 Modules

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One Course Option:


REBUILDING NATIVE NATIONS

The full course, which features all nine “Rebuilding Native Nations” modules, provides a comprehensive look at the nation-rebuilding efforts of Native nations across the United States and Canada. It presents in-depth examinations of critical governance challenges, from building an effective governmental bureaucracy to creating
an environment that fosters sustainable economic development, whether nation-owned enterprises or citizen-owned businesses.

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* Course registration rates are based on a standard fee of $75.00 per module. Volume discounts are available for group purchases of six (6) registrations or more. To learn more, please click here or contact the Rebuilding Native Nations course series staff at 877-508-4442 or via e-mail.

The “Rebuilding Native Nations” course series was made possible in part by the Bush Foundation, the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, and the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Bush Foundation, the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation, and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE DATABASE by Native Nations Institute