EARLY-BIRD UNITY MIDYEAR REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE!
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Hundreds of UNITY youth councils members and delegates are expected once again to converge for historic meetings in Washington D.C. The 2015 UNITY Midyear Conference will take place February 11-15, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City hotel in Arlington, Virginia.
Early-Bird Registration is only $100 for 5 Days of Activity!
Online registration is now available HERE.
The annual UNITY Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at the top-rated Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, AZ – an enterprise of the Gila River Indian Community.
Join UNITY to raise much needed funds that support and off-set costs for programming for Native youth throughout the year. Enjoy a great round of golf, excellent networking and luncheon, plus a chance to walk away with wonderful Native American art and great items from our Silent Auction (a favorite of our golf participants each year!)
UNITY served as the host booth for the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) at their annual national Convention & Trade Show, happening this year in Anchorage, Alaska. The College Visit Day took place on Saturday, October 18 as part of the annual trade show. Open to the public, participants and prospective college and graduate school students networked and learned more about educational institutions from from across the country.
The White Mountain Apache Youth Council held its annual inauguration of newly elected officers on September 4 at Hon-Dah Resort & Casino.
The inauguration event included the swearing in of fourteen (14) new officers including Co-Presidents Rashaan Stover and Mandy Dazen, Vice President Jade Cosay, Secretary/Treasurer D'Marco Slick, Public Relations Chance Hill, District I Reps Robinson Foster and AnDru Henry, District II Reps Shasta Dazen and Manuel Dazen, Jr., District III Reps Maria Walker and Shania Opah and District IV Reps Ignatius Lupe, Jr., Eric Mitchell, and Leona Tate.
Phoenix, Arizona – On September 26, 2014 the annual meeting of the 22 Tribes of Arizona reconvened for a morning of addressing issues impacting Arizona tribal communities. It was also a day recognized as National Native American Day across the United States.
UNITY, Inc. Executive Director, Mary Kim Titla, and UNITY Program Support Assistant, Jared Massey, presented before more than 15 distinguished tribal leaders. Led by Massey, the presentation focused on the importance and significance of UNITY from a Native youth leader perspective. He also shared UNITY highlights from the past year, since moving its headquarters to Mesa, Arizona.