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We will see more changes in the next 25 years than we have experienced over the past 100. To thrive in the midst of this global change, the American Indian community must be unified and agile, work in partnership, eliminate deficit-driven methods, and invest in comprehensive asset-based strategies.
NACDI is committed to transforming the American Indian community to effectively respond to 21st century opportunities. NACDI works to promote innovative community development strategies that strengthen the overall sustainability and well-being of American Indian people and communities.

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Job Description
Community Organizer

Organizational Overview: NACDI is a non-profit community development intermediary organization working within the urban American Indian community focused on community engagement and organizing, economic and community development, planning, training and education, and research.

Job Summary: The Community Organizer will provide consistent community organizing and engagement to ensure that community voices are central to the development of the future of the urban American Indian community as well as the American Indian Cultural Corridor. This individual must be highly organized and possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of and working experience in the American Indian community is essential.

We will start reviewing applications on November 30, 2015.

Qualified applicants can submit resumes and references to: info@nacdi.org

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NACDI Board of Directors Announces Leadership Change

The NACDI Board of Directors, announces that Jay Bad Heart Bull has stepped down as President and CEO of NACDI, effective October 23, 2015. Acting as Interim President and CEO for NACDI is Michael A. Goze, CEO of the American Indian Development Corporation (AICDC), and former NACDI Board Member. The NACDI Board is confident that Michael A. Goze will provide excellent leadership to NACDI, as he has for many years in his own successful businesses, his public sector and philanthropic work, and in his own organization. Michael can be reached at 612-813-1610 or mgoze@aicdc-mn.org.

NACDI is committed to serving the community in a good way, based on Native values and culture. As an organization, and as a Board, NACDI is committed to creating positive spaces, respectful of all people.

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Job Summary: The Gallery Art Director will be responsible for the management of All My Relations Arts Gallery. This includes arts administration; vision setting that aligns with NACDI’s mission; and managing Gallery staff and interns. The Gallery Art Director will plan, market, and execute four to five shows annually as well as handle the evaluation of Gallery activities.

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Minneapolis, MN
(612) 235-4976

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