The Seneca Nation of Indians has a proud and rich history. We are the largest of six Native American nations comprising the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy or Six Nations, a democratic government that pre-dates the United States Constitution.
We are known as the "Keeper of the Western Door," for the Seneca are the westernmost of the Six Nations. In the Seneca language we are also known as O-non-dowa-gah, (pronounced: Oh-n'own-dough-wahgah) or "Great Hill People."
Today, the Seneca Nation of Indians has a population of over 8,000 enrolled members. We are the fifth-largest employer in Western New York, creating thousands of new jobs and investing hundreds of millions of dollars to bolster the region's and New York State's economy.
We invite you to explore our website to learn about our rich culture and traditions, our diverse and strong sovereign economy and the quality of life that makes us proud to be Seneca.
Maurice A. John, Sr., President, Seneca Nation of Indians
Cattaraugus Education Department – Vision 2020 college student applications are due April 2, 2015.
Please complete your application and return it to the Cattaraugus Education Department.
Any questions please contact Amy White, Assistant Director for Lifelong Learning at (716)532-3341 ext 5147 or email@example.com
AOA will be having a Chinese auction next week during Community Fair. The drawing will be held Thursday April 2nd at noon. For more information see the attached flyer.
The March 2015 AASP/JOM Newsletter is now available. If you'd like to ever see older issues, please visit the newsletter archives.
Nya:wëh for your participation in the community needs assessment survey! The Seneca Nation needs assessment is officially closed. The goal was to receive 260 on territory member surveys and 288 off-territory member surveys. In total we have received 80% of our goal for on territory surveys, and 48% of our off-territory member goal. Furthermore, 100% of department administrators completed the provider survey.
The results will be used to identify your community’s resource requirements and gaps for the purpose of guiding important decisions about local healthcare, education, family services, and more. This information will be used to guide administrative actions that affect your community. As a participant of this survey, you have been provided the opportunity to enter to win cash prizes totaling $500! The sweepstakes winners will be selected and announced April 10, 2015.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Deanna Diaz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716 945 1790 ext. 3064. Your opinion is invaluable to the future of the nation and we greatly appreciate your participation!
Each territory will be holding a OSHA 10 class in the upcoming weeks. The Cattaraugus class will be held April 21st - 22nd 8am-4pm and the Allegany class will be held May 7th and 8th 8am-4pm. There is no cost. Each class has room for 40 people. Participants must register before hand; walk-ins are not permitted. See attached flyer for complete information.
For those interested in getting their OSHA 10 certificate contact the Employee & Training department by phone at 716-532-1033 or 945-8120.