National Indian Education AssociationNational Indian Education Association (NIEA)
The National Indian Education Association is a membership based organization committed to increasing educational opportunities and resources for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawai’ian students while protecting our cultural and linguistic traditions. Website: www.niea.org
 
National Congress of American IndiansNational Congress of American Indians (NCAI) The NCAI was founded in 1944 in response to termination and assimilation policies that the United States forced upon the tribal governments in contradiction of their treaty rights and status as sovereigns. NCAI stressed the need for unity and cooperation among tribal governments for the protection of their treaty and sovereign rights. Since 1944, the National Congress of American Indians has been working to inform the public and Congress on the governmental rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Website:www.ncai.org 
Boys & Girls Clubs of America To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Website: www.bgca.org

Career Launch A website from Boys and Girls Clubs of America that provides information and tools for youth to prepare for a job, for college, and for a career. Website:  careerlaunch.net 

Boys & Girls Clubs in Indian CountryBoys & Girls Clubs in Indian Country Boys & Girls Clubs in Indian Country give Native youth a place they can call their own, where they can realize their potential to succeed. Currently, there are over 200 Clubs serving over 144,000 Native youth in 25 different states. The Clubs represent nearly 90 different American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaskan Native communities. The programming available shows the commitment to addressing the problems and issues unique to Native American lands – rural locations, high poverty rates, and shortage of trained youth professionals. These Clubs differ from traditional Clubs because they offer cultural programs that incorporate both Native traditions and lifestyles. Currently, there are several programs geared towards Native American issues. The On the T.R.A.I.L. (Together Raising Awareness for Indian Life) to Diabetes Prevention program incorporates a combination of physical, educational and nutritional activities that promote healthy lifestyles. MethSMART, an extension of SMART Moves, focuses on the growing threat of methamphetamine abuse. The National Native American Mentoring Program specifically addresses the issue of Native American children whose parent(s) are incarcerated in tribal, state or federal prisons. Boys & Girls Clubs in Indian Country is a proud partner of Reconnecting the Circle. Website: www.naclubs.org 
Center For Native American YouthCenter for Native American Youth Center for Native American Youth is a new organization Senator Dorgan created at the Aspen Institute to improve the health, safety and over all well-being of Native American youth through communication, policy development, and advocacy. The Center works to strengthen and create new connections as well as exchange resources and best practices that address the challenges facing Native youth. Visit the Center’s website for a comprehensive list of resources available to young Native Americans, tribes and the general public. Website: www.cnay.org