American Indian Enterprise & Business Council (AIEBC)

March 22, 2012

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Who are we if we do not try to make things better? There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.

We are a pending 501 (c) 3 Organization, we have been active for more than four years and we are inviting you to join us in the work of ensuring a healthy and sustainable Native American community. Comprised of Native and non-Native professionals, the AMERICAN INDIAN ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS COUNCIL (AIEBC) is a critical vehicle for sharing resources, collaborating across boundaries, and leveraging our individual efforts to achieve greater effectiveness and impact.

OUR MISSION
To promote economic self-sufficiency, cultural awareness and preservation for American Indians and Alaska Natives. To enhance existing programs, develop new programs to benefit the general welfare, education, health and wellness of Native Americans by using culturally specific programming to support our efforts. Establish and maintain education, cultural, recreational, economic, health conscious programs for American Indians and other minorities. Eliminate barriers of discrimination. Educate and broaden the knowledge of the American public of American Indian issues and culture.

If your company would like to provide employment opportunities for Native American people or attend a career placement workshop, please contact the AIEBC.

Together, we can change the face of philanthropy and the health of Native American communities. I want to thank you in advance for your commitment to the vitality and well-being of our organization and the Native American community as well and invite you to become a member. As a member you will experience first-hand the strength of our connections, the caliber of our members and the promise of our work as a network. Your involvement is important to us and to the Native American community.

Wakan Tanka, unshimala ye oyate wani wachin cha! (Great Spirit be merciful to me that my people may live!)

CONTACT INFORMATION:
John JH OBrien
[email protected]
www.aiebc.org

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