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The Native American Development Center (NADC) is a 501(c)(3) Native-led nonprofit corporation. Our headquarters is in Bismarck, North Dakota since August 2014. NADC was founded on September 10, 2012 to provide social-economic and cultural education, resources and support services to Native Americans living in the Bismarck Metro Area which has the largest diverse tribal Native American population in an urban city within the North Dakota. We work towards helping people and families obtain social, emotional, spiritual and economic security. We integrate our tribally diverse values including kinship to best meet the cultural needs of Native Americans.

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Our Center helps transform those who feel helplessness and despair into strong people full of hope.

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Mayor creates a volunteer position for Native American Career Opportunity Development

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One of Seminary’s first initiatives as Mayor along with the Commission was creating a volunteer position for Native American Career Opportunity Development.

Seminary says he began developing the idea about six months ago in hopes to bring more diversity to the workforce.

Lorraine Davis will serve as his advisor on this issue.

“As we are getting more educated more of us are becoming competitive into the workforce and so we want to help that effort and that is what we’re here for,” says Advisor to the Mayor for Native American Career Opportunity Development Lorraine Davis.

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