The Grants Management for Tribal Entities course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, practices, and strategies required to effectively manage grants within tribal communities. Designed for tribal leaders, administrators, grant managers, and individuals responsible for overseeing grant-funded projects, this course equips learners with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the complexities of grant acquisition, administration, compliance, and reporting in a tribal context.
What You'll Learn
- Culturally-Informed Grant Acquisition: Participants will learn to identify relevant funding opportunities, craft culturally sensitive grant proposals, and align project goals with tribal community priorities.
- Compliance and Reporting Mastery: Learners will understand federal, state, and tribal regulations, ensuring grant-funded projects meet legal requirements and report accurately while respecting tribal sovereignty.
- Effective Project Implementation: Participants will develop skills in project planning, budgeting, and timeline management to ensure successful project execution, addressing both risk assessment and stakeholder engagement.
- Cultural Sensitivity and Engagement: Participants will learn to foster effective communication with tribal community members, partners, and stakeholders while integrating cultural awareness and values.
- Sustainability and Lasting Impact: Learners will explore strategies for creating sustainable grant-funded projects that extend beyond the grant period, promoting long-term positive outcomes within the tribal community.
Who Should Attend
- Tribal leaders and council members
- Tribal administrators and program managers
- Grant managers and coordinators within tribal organizations
- Individuals interested in developing skills for effective grant management within tribal contexts
Participant must score 70% or higher on exams to receive Digital Badge of Completion.
This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.
UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.