Soaring to New Heights: SAIGE 20th National Training Program - REGISTRATION

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Soaring to New Heights: SAIGE 20th National Training Program - REGISTRATION

The SAIGE National Training Program is in person from June 20-22, 2023 in Tulsa, OK!

By Society of American Indian Government Employees

When and where

Date and time

June 20 · 8:30am - June 22 · 12pm CDT


River Spirit Casino Resort 8330 Riverside Parkway Tulsa, OK 74137

Refund Policy

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About this event

  • 2 days 3 hours
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WELCOME! Our National Training Program provides a forum on the most current issues facing American Indian and Alaska Native government employees, tribes, and the people we serve. Topics include: Federal Indian Law and Policy; Leadership and Professional Development; Natural/Cultural Resources; and EEO/Diversity issues.

REFUND POLICY: 50% refund until the end of early registration (May 1, 2023). After that there are no refunds. If registrants are not able to attend, we strongly encourage substitutions.

PER DIEM LODGING: The 2023 SAIGE 20th National Training Program is being held at the beautiful River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa – owned and operated by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. SAIGE is pleased to offer this lovely facility to our attendees at the government per diem rate of $98 per room night!

Call to make your room reservation at 888-748-3731; Group Code: SAIGE.

Be sure to provide the Group Code or you will not get our group rate. The deadline for making room reservations is May 20, 2023.

PROMO CODES: If you are a retired or tribal government employee, please apply the indicated promo code to your ticket purchase before checkout. (NOTE: We also have unpublished promo codes for students, sponsors, exhibitors, and vendors, so contact us if any of those apply.)

- Retired government employees: Use promo code Retired

- Tribal government employees: Use promo code Tribal

SAIGE is excited to invite students back for our robust Youth Program designed to provide native students ages 18–25 years old with leadership and public service career planning support! Youth Program participants attend our National Training Program free of charge and receive transportation, lodging, and meal support through our scholarship program - apply online today here:

SAIGE proudly supports our Warrior Society Program on Thursday, June 22, 2023 (9AM-3:30PM), developed for and by veterans, that offers training specific to the needs of veterans and active-duty military by highlighting available federal benefits. This one-day symposium exposes attendees to various agencies and veterans’ organizations that serve them. All veterans and military are invited to attend at no cost, but must register their attendence in advance. Contact us for details!

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About the organizer

The SAIGE Mission

– Promote the recruitment, retention, development, and advancement of American Indian and Alaska Native government employees, and work to ensure their equal treatment under the law;

– Educate Federal agencies in the history and obligations of the Federal Indian Trust responsibility and to assist them in it’s implementation;

– Assist government agencies in the development and delivery of initiatives and programs that honor the unique Federal-Tribal relationship; and

– Provide a national forum for issues and topics affecting American Indian and Alaska Native government employees.

The Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) is a national 501c (3) non-profit organization representing American Indian and Alaska Native Federal, Tribal, State, and local government employees. SAIGE was formed to promote their recruitment, retention, equal treatment, and advancement within the government and to assist government agencies in honoring the unique Federal-Tribal relationship.