The Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribal Council Employment & Training Program is a Tribal Program that was formed in 1973. The program was designed by the Department of Labor’s Division of Indian and Native American Programs (DINAP) and is managed by the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas.
Our program provides employment and training services to Native Americans/American Indians, Native Hawaiians, and Native Alaskans that reside within the 121 county service area of the State of Texas.
It is the mission of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribal Council Employment & Training Program to provide quality educational and employment opportunities to our Native American/American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Native Alaskan clients in our service delivery area by reaching out into communities and joining forces with business leaders, workforce boards, service providers, and educational institutions to ensure participants are well prepared to meet the opportunities of employment such that they may take advantage of progressive career opportunities.
You must be a member of a U.S. Federally recognized tribe with a supporting document from a federally recognized Tribe's Tribal Rolls and Records Office
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Section 166, 20 CFR 684.300 (a) (1) An Indian, as determined by a policy of the INA program grantee; (2) Alaska Native; or (3) Native Hawaiian.
EMPLOYMENT CAREER SERVICES - A wide range of services to assist Native Americans as they seek job placement or advancement in their career.
TRAINING SERVICES - Provide job readiness training as a means of better preparing Native Americans for the workforce.
EDUCATION SERVICES - A wide range of services to assist Native Americans as they seek job placement or advancement in their career.