Early Bird Registration Rates Ending September 21, 2018
Onsite Registration Rates Starting September 22, 2018
Information on Registration
75th Registration Packages
Please note, these packages do not include conference registration (general assembly, breakout sessions, subcommittees, committees), membership, youth luncheon or elders' luncheon.
$150.00 - Red Package: Include all items in the "Blue Package" and One (1) copy of Honoring the Past: The National Congress of American Indians' 75th Anniversary Historical Collection book.
$100.00 - Blue Package: One (1) Anniversary Celebration Gala Ticket, 75th Anniversary Historical Photo Participation, and 75th Anniversary Commemorative Pin
Located at: 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202 Discounted Rate: The Crawford discounted group block is now closed. Property will offer the best available rate only. Book online:https://www.thecrawfordhotel.com/ Additional fee: $20/night amenity fee that includes
- Tesla ™ Complimentary Valet Transportation service within a 2-mile radius
- 24-hour room key card access fitness center (located in lower level)
- Complimentary access to The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon Fitness Center & classes Complimentary Shoe Shine Services
- Take-out style in-room dining from Snooze, an A.M. Eatery and The Kitchen Next Door Community Pub
- In-room Nespresso™ Espresso Maker
- High-speed WiFi
- Unlimited Local and 800 calls
- 2 complimentary bottled Voss waters daily
- 10% off services & 20% off all merchandise at The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon Same day laundry & dry cleaning service, Monday – Saturday
- One select beverage during LoDo Hour at the Terminal Bar, Monday – Sunday 5:30 p.m. -6:30 p.m. 1 scoop of ice cream from Milkbox Ice Creamery
- 1 small cup of coffee from Pigtrain Coffee Co
- 25% off food and non-alcoholic beverages at PigTrain Coffee, Milkbox, ACME, & Terminal Bar 20%
Located at: 1850 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202 Discounted Rate: The Maven discounted group block is now closed. Property will offer the best available rate only. Book online: https://www.themavenhotel.com/ Additional fee: $20/night amenity fee that includes
- Complimentary Valet Transportation in a 2-mile radius (including to the Hyatt Regency Denver; available on a first come, first served basis)
- In-Room Pour Over Coffee
- Complimentary High Speed WiFi In Room Filtered Water
- 10% Discount of off services and 20% Discount on retail purchases at the Oxford Spa. Complimentary Coffee Beverage at Lobby Coffee Kiosk
- Complimentary beverage at Lobby Kiosk
- Complimentary on-line access to the New York Times
- 25% discount on all food and non-alcoholic beverages at Pig Train Coffee, Milkbox, ACME, & Terminal Bar which are all located
Thank you to our current sponsors! If you would like to support the work that NCAI does, click here and commit today. For more information about how you can support NCAI, please contact Bernida Humetewa.
Bank of America 75th Anniversary Gala Sponsor
Walmart Next Generation Sponsor
AMERIND Risk Turquoise Sponsor
Discover Salt River, Arizona Name Badge Sponsor
The Chickasaw Nation 75th Book Sponsor
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation 75th Book Sponsor
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians 75th Book Sponsor
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians
75th Book Sponsor
Tohono O'odham Nation
75th Book Sponsor
Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
Tribal Elder's Lounge Sponsor
Google Media & Conference App Sponsor
Denver Museum of Nature & Science Health Walk Sponsor
Berg Hill Greenleaf & Ruscitti LLP Health Walk Sponsor
Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe Bronze Sponsor
Forest County Potawatomi Bronze Sponsor
BNSF Railway Bronze Sponsor
Office of Hawaiian Affairs Coffee Break Sponsor
Coffee Break Sponsor
Kenaitze Indian Tribe
Coffee Break Sponsor
Coffee Break Co-Sponsor
The Marketplace offers a wonderful opportunity to shop with top Indian Arts & Crafts vendors, talk with representatives from Federal programs and Tribal Enterprises, and receive career, education, and health information from the wide variety of vendors. The Marketplace is open to the general public.
Move-In for Exhibitors: Sunday, October 21 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Monday, October 22 7:30AM - 12:00PM
Show Hours - Open to the Public! Monday, October 22 12:00PM - 5:00PM
Tuesday, October 23 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Wednesday, October 24 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Move-Out for Exhibitors: Wednesday, October 24 5:00AM - 8:00PM
Indian Arts & Crafts Opportunities (Not required): Thursday, October 25 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Friday, October 26 8:30AM - 12:00PM
Powwow - Wednesday, October 24 6:00PM - 8:00PM (Participation as a vendor for this evening event requires an additional donation of one gift worth $25. Powwow organizers will offer your gift as a door prize.)
BOOTH SPACE AND PRICING INFORMATION
All booths are 8' x10' and come with: pipe and draped back and sides; one 6' draped table; two chairs; one wastebasket; and one ID sign with your company/organization name.
Additional details and available services will be provided in your exhibitor kit 2-4 weeks prior to the start of the conference.
Booth pricing is as follows:
$750 Indian Arts & Crafts (see note below on "Indian Arts and Crafts Act")
$900 Non-Profit Organization or Educational Institution
$1000 Tribal Entrepreneur or Tribal Enterprise
$1800 State/Federal Agency
The Marketplace currently is near capacity; we are accepting wait list applications only. To be added to the exhibitor wait list, please fill out the online Exhibitor Registration Form & Contract. If additional booth spaces become available, we will notify wait listed exhibitors immediately.
PLEASE NOTE: Exhibitor applications will be considered pending until NCAI confirms that both a registration form and contract, as well as booth payment have been received.
Questions about exhibiting? Please contact Holly Naylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-466-7767.
We have a number of exciting activities planned including our 75th Anniversary book Honoring the Past!Submit your photos, stories, and quotes to NCAI to be included in our materials for the year. Get started by filling out the form here.
NCAI’s Youth Commission offers youth ages 16-23 the opportunity to engage on National scale along-side tribal leaders to help address the issues facing Indian Country. Established in 1997, the NCAI Youth Commission has been a space for tribal youth to come together and discuss solutions to the unique challenges they face within their communities. Learn more about the NCAI Youth Commission here.
The NCAI Youth Comission serves two-year terms with a governing body of six officer positions, including: Co-Presidents, Co-Vice Presidents, and Secretary. The application for the 2018-2020 term is now open.
To apply, please read the prompt below and visit the application link when ready.
Before You Apply
Thank you for your interest in the NCAI Youth Commission Officers 2018-2020 Term. The application below is split into eight sections and must be completed in one-sitting. In addition to the application, NCAI also requests each applicant to submit a 500-word essay in Section 6, and a Letter of Support from your tribe to be submitted via email or mail (directions provided in Section 7).
National Indian Child Welfare Association Youth Board Member Job Description
The National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) and the National Congress of American Indians Youth Commission (NCAI-YC) have partnered to create an opportunity for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth to serve on the NICWA board. By engaging AI/AN youth voices in its governance structure, NICWA aims to expose these future leaders to child welfare and related issues, and improve its coordination with formally recognized Native youth organizations. The AI/AN youth perspective is a critical aspect of the NICWA board’s efforts surrounding policy positions and potential courses of action. Youth are introduced to board service and play a key role in helping NICWA’s board of directions in its decision making.