We are excited to announce that the Bush Foundation has selected Native Governance Center as a 2018 bushCONNECT recruiting partner!
What is bushCONNECT?
bushCONNECTis a leadership and networking event hosted by the Bush Foundation in partnership with more than 40 organizations from across Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Leaders come together for this day-long event to engage in talks, small-group sessions, community conversations, and networking experiences. The Bush Foundation surveyed leaders from across the region, and they overwhelmingly told them that they’d like to develop stronger and more significant connections with other leaders. bushCON is the Foundation’s response to this identified need.
Native Governance Center will serve as a recruiting partner.
We’ll recruit, sponsor, and host a cohort of 25 leaders from our network of Native Nation Rebuilders, Tribal leaders, and grassroots Native leaders who will benefit from attending bushCONN.
If you are a Rebuilder, Tribal leader, or grassroots Native leader, watch for more information on how to apply to join our bushCON cohort!
Cohort members will receive a stipend to cover travel expenses, in addition to pre- and post-conference programming.
“We’re so grateful for the chance to assemble a cohort of Native leaders for bushCON 2018. The recruitment partner opportunity fits directly with our mission: empowering Native leaders to create stronger connections with one another encourages idea sharing and collaboration around strengthening sovereignty and Tribal governance.”
—Rebecca Crooks-Stratton, Program Director
Visit bushconnect.org for more information about the event and watch for upcoming information from us about how to apply to join our cohort.