Yurok Economic Development is working with the Kuleana process to provide a base print shop to handle the tribal needs and at the same time create an apprenticeship training program. Based on the program we created for the Nisqually Tribe, it allows both profitability and real world training in one program. Sara Barbour is spearheading the program to allow tribal members to learn a realistic way to create their own work without the expense of putting together their own shop.
We are honored to work with such a progressive organization in creating good for people who need a helping hand. It is our combined kuleana.
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