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Programs and Services

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Healthy Native North Carolinian Network

Metrolina Native American Association is one of thirteen tribes and urban organizations partners funded through the Healthy Native North Carolinians Network (HNNC). The HNNC facilitates sustainable community changes around healthy eating and active living within North Carolina’s tribes and urban Indian organizations by leveraging common goals and resources.  HNNC has created a successful model for developing organizational capacity, tribal self-determination, and inter tribal collaborations.

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Title VI Indian Education Program

Each Title VI Indian Education program supports schools by providing opportunities for Native students to meet and exceed academic and cultural standards. Each program coordinator seeks to assist families with navigating schools across Wake and Johnston counties.

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Metrolina Native American Association Scholarships Available

The primary focus of the program is to provide financial assistance to those students who can demonstrate a commitment to Native American people and opportunities for American Indians to better their lives through academic achievement and community involvement.

Metrolina Native American Association Annual Social Events

*  Annual Pow Wow
*  Annual Golf Tournament
*  Annual Community Gathering

*    Annual Christmas Party
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