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As Heard on Morning Line: ANA TTAC

Sep 26, 2017

The Administration for Native Americans is a Federal agency - and in Alaska, has more than 20 projects it's funding with grants.  Our guests on Morning Line today, Anthony Caole and Richard Perry,  representing ANA's Tribal/Technical Assistance Centers program - also known as TTAC. 

Anthony Caole and Richard Perry of the Administration for Native Americans Alaska Region at the KNBA Studio.
Credit Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

The Alaska Region has a pair of training opportunities available next month - one in Ketchikan and one in Anchorage.

As it turns out, grant making and grant writing evolve with technology, and for those that rely on grant funding, it's important to keep up:

There are important changes coming up from the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) funding opportunities. Learn the NEW Project Design framework and terminology.

Alaska Region Training & Technical Assistance provides free Project Planning and Development Workshop for Administration for Native Americans (ANA).

The next training will be in Ketchikan October 3 to 5 from 8:30 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. at The Landing.

Then in Anchorage, October 10 to 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Homewood Suites Hotel.

Find out more at https://anaalaska.org/training and https://www.facebook.com/AlaskaRegion/.

If you have any questions about registration for the Ketchikan or Anchorage PPD Workshop, please contact Angela Camos, Training Manager at 1-800-948-3158 ext. #2 or a.camos@3starak.com