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- Published: March 5, 2014If you're planning to submit an ANA grant application this year (2014), make sure you watch this webinar from February 27, 2014. Each ANA grantee is required to
- Published: February 28, 2014Without a doubt, the best way to take your grantwriting to the next level is to become an ANA panel reviewer. You’ll receive in-depth training, read and score
- Published: February 28, 2014Successful grantees from the Office of English Language Acquisition at the Department of Education and ANA share stories about their efforts to train the next
- Published: February 21, 2014The 2006 Congressional Report provides an impact analysis of 75 ANA projects that ended in 2006.
- Published: February 21, 2014The 2007 Congressional Report provides an impact analysis of 93 ANA projects that ended in 2007.
- Published: October 3, 2012Native American Veterans: Storytelling for Healing Greetings, The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) thanks you for your interest in Native American
- Published: January 9, 2013Eastern Region Environmental Regulatory Enhancement Grantee: Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa