2017 Native American Education Conference

Thank you for making the 2017 conference a success!! We had record-breaking attendance numbers: More than 450 attendees!

Mark you calendar now for the 9th annual conference – Aug. 8-9, 2018.

Click here for the 2017 Schedule at a Glance

Click here for the 2017 Program Brochure

Click here for 2017 Presentation Details and Speaker Bios

New in 2017!! Free Outdoors Activities for Youth Age 12 and Up

The 2017 event was held at St. Stephens Indian School, just a few miles southwest of Riverton. The conference annually brings together local and regional experts in Native American education and takes place on the Wind River Reservation in Fremont County, Wyo. Attendees experience two days of learning, exploring challenges, and celebrating successes.

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  • 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 the history and culture of the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes.
  • Learn skills to help with prevention of suicide.
  • Celebrate Wyoming’s new “Indian Ed for All” act.

Cost is only $25. Students K-12 and college are free.

PTSB and Univ. of Wyoming credit available.

Parents, students and community members welcome!

For more information, call Rob Black at (307) 630-0797 or email rob.black1@wyo.gov.