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The purpose of the American Indian Center of Arkansas is to make a positive difference in the Native American population of Arkansas primarily by providing services and partnerships that offer education, welfare, and
employment services while striving to promote a fuller awareness of the benefits and services available by entitlement to eligible persons and encouraging the education of all to the history and current situation of Native Americans in the state of Arkansas.
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Use the pages on the left to find the information you need, and if you still have questions feel free to use the "Contact Us" phone number and email. For help with your job search, go to the "Career Paths" page. To apply for services from the AICA, please download the application from the "Application and Forms" page.
The American Indian Center of Arkansas is doing it's best to promote the interests of American Indians in this state and offer as many helpful services as possible. The AICA is a Section 166 funded organization through the Workforce Innovations and Opportunities Act. This means that our main focus is to provide workforce development and training programs for American Indians in the state of Arkansas. We would also be happy to steer you towards partner organizations that may help you with your goals.
The AICA is a non-profit organization which needs your help to continue to provide these life-changing services to those in need; please, donate any amount you can on our "Donate" page.
This calendar has useful events such as job fairs, workshops, and other important dates that could help you achieve your goals!