The Seneca Nation of Indians Small Business Incubator Program is proud to be facilitating the ONABEN Indianpreneurship® 3-day accredited seminar for both seasoned business owners and entrepreneurs. The seminar will cover a broad range of topics. The seminar will include:
- Your Business Mission Statement
- Market Research and Analysis for Marketing Your Products and Services
- Your Business Location and Legal Issues
- Record Keeping and Financial Statements
- Cash Flow Planning
- Financial Management Tools
- Small Business Financing
- Management and Operations
There is limited seating available so please register as soon as possible.
Lunch will be provided.
The session will be held March 25th, 26th, and 27th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM at the Allegany Community Center.
To register, contact Wayne Awald, SNI SBIP Business Advisor and Certified ONABEN Indianpreneurship® instructor at 716-532-4900 X5139. You can also email him at Wayne.Awald@sni.org.
The SNI Small Business Incubator Program (SPIP) is affiliated with the Oregon Native American Enterprise Network (ONABEN) and is ONABEN Certified to instruct the INDIANPRENEURSHIP business curriculum.
The Community Planning & Development Department is pleased to announce a one-day Grants Workshop for Seneca Nation Department Directors, staff and interested individuals. The Workshop will cover a broad range of topics. The Workshop's goal will be to increase the ability of the Nation's Departments and organizations to compete for and obtain additional funding in order to expand and improve services to tribal members.
The Grants Workshop will be held on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at the Community Health & Wellness Center, 36 Thomas Indian School Drive, Irving, NY 14081.
Mr. Steve Banko, the former Director of the H.U.D. Office in Buffalo will facilitate the Workshop along with staff from the Community Planning & Development Grants Office and Accounting Department's Grants & Contracts Office.
To register, contact James Oleksak, Grants Manager at (716) 532-4900 Ex 5027. You can also email him at email@example.com
The Lake Shore Central School District parent committee is seeking suggestions and overall input regarding the academic and cultural education of your children/ grandchildren that attend Lake Shore Central School District.
The meeting will take place 5:00PM Thursday, February 27th at the Seneca Nation Cattaraugus Territory Library.
For more information please contact Stacey Purpera, Title VII Coordinator, 926-2447.
The AASP/JOM Newsletter for February 2014 is out. You can view it here.
Are you looking to earn some extra cash? Maybe you want a career change? Bus driving is an in-demand occupation!
Classes are now forming to allow you to train at your pace, through one-to-one instruction. Financial aid is available to qualified applicants (all applicants must pass a drug test and background check).
Applications are available at the Employment & Training Offices in Cattaraugus (88 Iroquois Drive behind the laundry mat, call 532-1033) or Allegany (3674 Administration Drive in the DPW building, call 945-8120).