The University of Minnesota-Duluth (UMD) has received a Blandin Foundation grant to offer a one-week summer pilot program leading to a Professional Certificate in Tribal Administration and Governance at a reduced cost of $250 per person. The 2017 Summer Academy is set for July 31-August 4 at the Griggs Center on the UMD campus.
The program includes the week-long course with expert presentations and hands-on case study projects as well as a fall symposium and spring 2018 retreat. Covered topics include tribal ethics, law, human resources, project management, budgets and leadership. The content is designed to benefit those currently serving in tribal leadership positions, aspiring future leaders, and individuals serving tribes in various administrative/management roles.
More information is available here.