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NATIONAL ANA RESOURCES
CONTACTS & RESOURCES
Anthony Caole, Regional Director
Angela Camos, Training Manager
Charles Peele, Technical Assistance Manager
Lynn Marie Church, Outreach & Technology Specialist
Technology Specialist & ANA Project Support
Alaska Region Center:
THREE STAR ENTERPRISES, LLC
The Alaska Region T/TA Center is operated by Three Star Enterprises, LLC, a subsidiary of the Oceanside ANCSA Corporation of
Training Manager, Angela Camos
A resource of the Administration for Native Americans
ANA Resource Links
We Strongly encourage you to view the ANA National Resources Library first as it contains FREE materials, tools, and the latest ANA guidance.
ANA supports projects in the areas of Social and Economic Development, Language and Environment.
ANA serves all Native Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders and promotes self-sufficiency by providing discretionary grant funding for community based projects, and training and technical assistance to eligible tribes and native organizations.
COLLABORATION IN ALASKA
We provide you with tools, training, and technical assistance to build local capacity, strengthen collaboration, and develop strong community-based programs and projects that will benefit your community.
FREE RESOURCES AVAILABLE
Useful tools and guides
ALASKA REGION T/TA CENTER
185. Nelson Avenue
Toll Free: 1-800-948-3158
TOLL FREE: 1-800-948-3158
FUNDING OF INTEREST
Project Development Training
Provides community organizers and planners with a foundation and tools to plan successful community development projects, regardless of the funding source.
Provides prospective ANA applicants with the “nuts and bolts” for applying for ANA grants, including how to format and organize their application while meeting all the evaluation criteria in the Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
These two trainings are offered FREE of charge, but each participant is responsible for their own travel costs to attend.
Provides awarded ANA grantees with information and strategies on how to effectively administer, manage, monitor, and report ANA projects.
This training is offered FREE of charge to new ANA grantees and travel costs should be included in the funded budget.
Webinars are FREE and open to the public. Webinars cover ACF National Topics, ANA Program Area topics, and Alaska Regional specific topics.
http://www.anaalaska.org/www.anaalaska.org for the latest schedule.
On-Demand Online Training
Alaska Region also offers a FREE online module learning platform at
Applicants receive an in-depth review of their draft application prior to being submitted to ANA. Pre-Application eTA is provided throughout the year; however, Pre-Application eTA is concentrated around application due date periods. To ensure adequate time to review your project, please request eTA as soon as possible. For Pre-Application eTA, ANA requires that the application is at least 75% complete. The ANA Alaska Region T/TA Center can provide up to 16 hours of application review per program application.
Unfunded Applicants eTA
Assistance is provided to an unfunded applicants by strategizing ways to improve the application or project concept for resubmission.
Post Award On-Site Technical Assistance
Post Award on-site TA is provided at the grantee’s project site and involves a thorough review of the project challenges and the provision of guidance and recommendations for successful project completion.
We provide eTA to ANA grantees upon request from ANA by providing assistance on currently funded social, economic, environmental, and language preservation projects. This type of eTA may include the development of a Project Improvement Plan.
To request technical assistance, please go to this link,
PPD Training Session
The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) has 3 primary areas of interest for funding:
The Social and Economic Development Strategies (SEDS)
Language Preservation and Maintenance (P&M)
Environmental Regulatory and Enhancement (ERE)
ANA funds additional initiatives under each of the primary areas of interest. Additional initiatives include:
Sustainable Employment and Economic Development Strategies (SEEDS)
Social and Economic Development Strategies - Alaska (SEDS-AK)
Esther Martinez Immersion
If you have any questions about which funding area your project would fit in, please email the Training Manager at:
Pacific Islanders and promotes self-sufficiency by providing discretionary grant funding for community based projects, and training and technical assistance to eligible tribes and native organizations.
Post Award On-Sit