White Mountain Apache Tribe

2001
Katherine Heller and Winthrop Rumi. 5/2001. Job Skills Education Curriculum Supplement for the White Mountain Apache. View Report (PDF)Abstract

This proposal is in response to solicitations from the White Mountain Apache Tribe and the Johns Hopkins Strengthening Families Program.

  • White Mountain currently faces high unemployment and a booming birthrate among teenage parents, a significant cause of growing unemployment in the last two decades.
  • To address these concerns, Johns Hopkins University has created the Strengthening Families Program to teach basic prenatal and infant care to young parents. This proposal responds to the need for additional instruction in finding and maintaining jobs, personal finance, and entrepreneurship.

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2000
2000. Building the Fort Apache Heritage Foundation: Developing a Strategic Vision, Organizational System, and Management Plan. See Full Report (PDF)Abstract

In 1998, the White Mountain Apache Tribe in Arizona established the Fort Apache Heritage Foundation as a 501©3 corporation. The principal goal of the foundation is to restore and revitalize the world-famous Fort Apache Historic District. 

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2000. Building the Fort Apache Heritage Foundation: Developing a Strategic Vision, Organizational System, and Management Plan. See Full Report (PDF)Abstract

In 1998, the White Mountain Apache Tribe in Arizona established the Fort Apache Heritage Foundation as a 501©3 corporation. The principal goal of the foundation is to restore and revitalize the world-famous Fort Apache Historic District. 

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2000. White Mountain Apache Wildlife and Outdoor Recreation Program | White Mountain Apache Tribe.Abstract

 The White Mountain Apache Wildlife and Outdoor Recreation Program performs all wildlife conservation/management activities for the Tribe and operates a self-sustaining business enterprise based on the Tribe’s thriving recreation and tourism industry. The Program’s effective management techniques have allowed the White Mountain Apache to gain control over their wildlife and recreation resources and to manage these resources in accordance with Apache values.

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1996
1996. Apache Manufacturing Company. A Teaching Case Study in Tribal Management | White Mountain Apache Tribe . View Report (PDF)Abstract

"…The case study is intended for use in a senior level undergraduate course in business policy. It would also be especially relevant in a course in economic development on American Indian reservations…"

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