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WASHINGTON For years, tribal leaders and members of National Congress of American Indians have expressed the importance of linking together the existing regional networks of tribal communicators at the national level to share best practices and resources with each other.
Last fall, the National Congress of American Indians launched the National Tribal Communicators Network to support communications professionals and those performing public relations work in Indian Country and American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
This newly created network serves Indian Country as an important educational and information resource for individuals and tribal nations wishing to build capacity for communications and public relations work.
Benefits of participating in this network include:
Who Should Join the Network:
How this Group Engages with the Media
Members of the media are not considered active participants in the network. However, members of the media are regularly invited to participate in educational sessions with the members of the network and engage in dialogue about best practices.
Staff of the Native American Journalist Association are active participants in the network to provide the insight of news media in the process. We encourage all members of the media interested in educational opportunities to engage with the Native American Journalist Association online at www.naja.com
Join the growing network to be included in upcoming conference calls, webinars, emails, and to learn more about opportunities to enhance American Indian and Alaska Native communications and public affairs efforts.
posted May 24, 2012 6:00 am edt
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