NATIONAL
TRAINING
PROGRAM

Sept 14-16, 2021 : via Zoom : Registration begins July 1
Grounded in Tradition, Resilient in Spirit

Who We Are


The Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) is the first national non-profit organization representing American Indian and Alaska Native (Al/AN) Federal, Tribal, State and local government employees. Formed in 2002, SAIGE provides a forum on the issues, challenges and opportunities of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the government workforce, and fosters a professional network among Al/AN 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.

The Youth Track is free of charge! 

Sept 14-16, 2021
9-3:30pm MDT
 

hosted via Zoom

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You do not need a PayPal account to register for this training!

  1. After completing the order form, click “place order” and you will be redirected to PayPal.

  2. If you will not be using a PayPal account, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select “pay with debit or credit card.”

  3. Complete the payment information form.

  4. Click “continue as guest” at the bottom of the form to complete the order.

PARTNERS AND EXHIBITORS

Thank you!

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Career Fair Exhibitors

BlueCrossBlueShield
Department of Defense
Department of Energy
Department of Justice
Department of State
Environmental Protection Agency
GEHA
Government Accountability Office
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement
United States Coast Guard
United States Department of Agriculture
University of Arizona, College of Law, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program

Career Fair Exhibitor Material

Department of State

University of Arizona, College of Law, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program 

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