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Native Learning Center returns to in-person training

Chelsea Mountain holds the certificate she earned for completing a housing leadership program at the Native Learning Center in June. (Courtesy NLC)

Editor’s note: This article was submitted by the Native Learning Center.

HOLLYWOOD — In June, the Seminole Tribe’s Native Learning Center held its first onsite training since the onset of Covid-19. It had been 844 days since the center returned with onsite in-person training for “Leadership Boot Camp for Housing Professionals.”

“We are so thankful to be able to meet with our friends in Indian Country once again and deliver training opportunities in our training center,” executive director Georgette Palmer Smith said.

Tribal member Chelsea Mountain, a Work Experience Program participant from the Housing department, joined the first in-person training to gain knowledge and improve her day-to-day in-office skills.

The Native Learning Center would like to thank all the attendees who participated in the training program and is especially grateful for the outstanding content delivery by instructors Brandi Liberty, of Heroda Bikaxe Consulting LLC, and Jack HedrickLightfoot, of Dobyns Patterson Learning.

Chelsea Mountain is joined by Krystal Cedeno, NLC’s training and development manager. (Courtesy NLC)
The in-person attendees celebrate their achievements in June outside the Native Learning Center in Hollywood. (Courtesy NLC)