September 2017 SCTCA TANF Newsletter

SCTCA Newsletter


  • A Long Journey From Struggle To Success
  • At Santa Ynez TANF, Students Create A Rainbow Painting
  • San Diego Film Foundation Names American Indian Advisory Board
  • Dispatches: North Dakota
  • A Summer of Native American Powwows and Gatherings
  • Native American Students Create Colorful Paintings
  • Escondido Tribal TANF Presents: “Interviewing Skills Workshop” Conducted by Kelly Allen

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Tribal TANF
Pala Tribal TANF
San Diego Tribal TANF
Escondido Tribal TANF
Manzanita Tribal TANF
Santa Ynez Tribal TANF

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