Mark Allapowa-Hammond Memorial Scholarship Fund
In lieu of flowers, the family of Mark Allapowa-Hammond have requested that Mark's family, friends, and business partners consider donating to the Zuni Education and Career Development Center Tribal Scholarship.
On October 1, 2000, The Pueblo of Zuni integrated seven (7) programs to transition under Public Law 102-477, which is The Indian Employment, Training, and Related Services Demonstration Act of 1992. The following federeal agencies provide funding for the programs that were consolidated to establish a program called the Zuni Education & Career Development Center (ZECDC).
Workforce Investment Act (WIOA)
|Bureau of Indian
Job Placement Training Program (JPT)
General Assistance (GA)
Health & Human Services
Child Care Development Fund Program (CCDF)
Native Employment Works (NEW)
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
|The established service area for the ZECDC is the Zuni Indian Reservation, which includes the communities of Zuni Pueblo and Black Rock. The eligible service population includes Zuni enrolled Tribal Members, members of other federally recognized Native American Tribes residing on the Zuni Indian reservation, are eligible for all services except for TANF|
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