Tribal Resource Center

NDN Collective Community Action Fund Grants Due in October

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Local assistance and tribal consistency fund deadline October 31

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2022 Indigenous Connectivity Summit (ICS) 10/24-10/28

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National Tribal Broadband Grant (NTBG) Deadline October 17th

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Indigenous Communities Program Funding application due 9/30

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Enabling Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Application Due September 30

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Financing mechanisms for locally-owned internet infrastructure report webinar 9/22

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NTTA Tribal Broadband Summit 9/19-9/20

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Capital Projects Fund application directions (deadline extended)

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Tribal Broadband Consortiums

In order to obtain connectivity, many tribes have decided to work together and form consortiums. They pull resources, founding, and knowledge for the greater good of their communities. Here are some great examples:

Self-Governance Communication and Education Tribal Consortium

Yukom-Kuskokwim Delta Tribal Consortium

Jemez-Zia Pueblo Tribal Consortium San Diego Riverside 

Middle Rio Grande Pueblo Tribal Consortium

For an article about How Two Tribal Networks in New Mexico Brought Faster Speeds and Lower Prices, click here.

The Southern California Tribal Digital Village (SCTDV) is administered by the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association (SCTCA), a nonprofit that has served 19 federally-recognized Southern Californian Indian tribes since 1972. The Tribal Digital Village, an early community network, was established in 2001 to bring Internet access to Native American communities.” (Rantanen, M. (2017, December 20) Personal Interview. Project website: https://sctdv.net/about-tdv/) For more information, click here.

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