To become eligible Native Americans must have legal documentation at least proving lineage within 3 generations as well as an acceptance letter into a program of study.
The Native American Cultural Center (NACC) is a 501c (3) non-profit organization serving all Native people in Rochester NY and its surrounding 15-county region. The NACC strives to be Native peoples primary cultural and community local resource. Rochester has a large urban Native American population with many tribal nations represented. The NACC provides a central meeting place and focal point for all native people living in the area. Through a combination of short-term relief services and long-term education and support programs, we seek to provide support services in all areas for the Native American Community.
Individuals will work with an NACC WIOA Coordinator to develop a resume, interview skills, and job skills for workforce placement. NACC will also help with the costs of uniforms and tools.
The NACC WIOA Coordinator will work with students to successfully complete their program of study as well as gain meaningful employment.
Once you meet all eligibility requirements you will then meet with the Rochester NACC WIOA Coordinator to determine program placement as well as an assessment of need in application process.
Native American Cultural Center, Inc
229 Empire Boulevard
Rochester, New York 14609
Phone - 585.442.1100
Fax - 585.442.1128
Office Hours: 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Cultural Center, Inc.