August 10-11, 2016
Join us for the seventh annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference! This event brings together local, regional, and national experts in Native American Education and takes place at Central Wyoming College in Riverton. Attendees will experience two days of learning, exploring challenges, and celebrating successes. We hope to see you there!
Please join us at this year’s conference to:
- Acquire tools for engaging and improving achievement of your students.
- Learn successes in reaching at-risk or traumatized children and unique needs of American Indian pupils.
- Understand what drives myths about Native American history and learn about Indian Education for All efforts in Montana and South Dakota.
Parents and community members welcome
Students in grades 8-12 and college are invited to attend special activities all day Aug. 11.
Free admission for Fremont County residents and all students. Non-Fremont County residents will be charged $50.00 that can be paid by check or at the door. All attendees must register in advance.
Exhibitor booths are available: $50 for non-profit organizations and $100 charged to for-profit organizations.
To apply to be an exhibitor or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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