United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) invites you to join in and help us celebrate the Grand Opening of the UNITY office in Arizona.
The Open House will take place on Monday, December 30, 2013 from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M in UNITY's new offices that are located at 1 N MacDonald Drive, Suite 312 in Mesa, Arizona.
Come by and take part in the activities that will include Special Opening Ceremonies, presentations by area youth council members and an introduction to the members of the National UNITY Council Executive Committee.
UNITY, Inc has served Native American and Alaskan Native Youth for 37 years from the UNITY Headquarters in Oklahoma under the direction and leadership of founder and executive director J.R. Cook. He and the UNITY Council of Trustees appointed Arizona's own Mary Kim Titla to lead UNITY as the new executive director with blessing to move the organization west.
Drop by, meet the new executive director, enjoy refreshments and receive a UNITY memento of the event.
Follow the link below to view a copy of the invitation.
The popular UNITY Golf Classic returns on January 24, 2013 at the Southern Dunes Golf Club in Maricopa, Arizona. This pristine and top-rated course is an enterprise of the Ak-Chin Indian Community, and will surely provide you an enjoyable and challenging day of golf as YOU help support the future of our Native American youth.
The registrations are expected to fill up quickly. So, take advantage of the opportunity to reserve your spot at a reduced Early Bird Rate! Single player spots are available for $250 until December 9, 2013. After this date the fee increases. Please note: The Early Bird Rate has been extended to December 9, 2013 from the originally announced cut off date of December 1, 2013.
You may now register online HERE.
The UNITY Golf Classic 2014 is scheduled to take place on Friday, January 24, 2014 at the Southern Dunes Gold Club in Maricopa, AZ. A downloadable and printable registration form is available by following the link below. The completed form may be faxed or mailed using the contact information included on the form.
The Early Bird Rate for single players will end on December 9.
The 2014 Midyear UNITY Conference is scheduled to take place from February 26 through March 2, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City hotel in Arlington, Virginia. Online registration for this event is available HERE.
The format will be similar to the meetings of the recent past; however, it is expected that the number of participants will significantly increase. Online registration for this event will be available soon. Please note that participation in the Midyear UNITY Conference will require a $100 registration fee. Check back to this site for the latest updates and access to the online registration form.
UNITY is experiencing an exciting period of growth and development. These new developments increase the need and importance of not only continuing the tradition of involving the youth and their advisers in UNITY's planning efforts, but to also increase the number of participants so that the voices of Native youth from throughout the nation are heard and considered as we develop and plan the programs that will will best meet the needs of the youth UNITY serves. We look forward to welcoming the youth and advisers to a new meeting facility and the opportunity to work with them in preparation for the new opportunities ahead.
Chandler, Arizona--United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) has entered into a four-year cooperative agreement with the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) to plan and implement the National Intertribal Youth Leadership Development Initiative. The Initiative’s goal is to offer opportunities for Native American youth to, “Reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors in youth, schools, communities, and families.” To accomplish this goal, the Initiative will conduct a series of national and regional Intertribal Youth Leadership Development gatherings and a range of related youth leadership development opportunities for Native American and Alaska Native youth.