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This is a copy of the Skills Training for the Professionalization of American Indian Women, a manual designed as a resource guide for facilitators of leadership training workshops to enhance the professionalization of American Indian women. The ideas and contributing resources emerged from those American Indian women who participated in professionalization workshops funded by the Women’s Educational Equity Act, the Lincoln Foundation, and the Cooper Foundation. This document is dated February 1985.
Collection Document Type
Professional development guide
Native American Studies
Circles of women, American Indian Women as caretakers and leaders, contemporary issues and problems, American Indian Women and the Professionalization Process, Practical Applications: self-esteem, assertiveness, career planning
LaFromboise, Teresa D. and Kitt Boesch. "Professionalization of American Indian Women." (1985). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/lhnac/136