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Aaniiih Nakoda College DeMaND Project
(Developing Montana and North Dakota Workforce)

DeMaND Final Summative Evaluation Report

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DeMaND Program Admission Requirements:

1) Admission Application with $10.00 fee
3) Official High School Transcript or GED Transcript
4) Official College/University Transcript(s)
5) Tribal Enrollment Verification (when applicable)
6) Declaration of Major form
7) Immunization Record (current)
8) Documentation of TB Test within last 5 years
9) DeMaND Program Application
10) WorkKeys Assessment Test

For further information contact Sue Lynn Brown


The Tribal College Consortium for Developing Montana and North Dakota Workforce (TCC DeMaND Workforce) is
a Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant Program (TAACCCT) project funded
by the Employment and Training Administration of Department of Labor (SGA-DFA-PY-10-03). United Tribes
Technical College (UTTC) is the lead of the TCC DeMaND Workforce, a consortium of four Tribal Colleges.
The other consortium members are Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) located in Fort Totten, ND on
the Spirit Lake Nation, Fort Peck community College (FPCC) located in Popular, MT on the Fort Peck
Reservation, and Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) located on Fort Belknap Agency, Harlem, MT on the Fort
Belknap Indian Reservation.

Aaniiih Nakoda College has focused its training in the health and construction fields. We are working
closely with the medical facilities in the region to offer C.N.A., Phlebotomy and EMT-Basic to fill a
critical demand in the area. In addition, we are offering a construction training program that meets
growing demands for workers skilled in the construction related trades.

We also are offering certification in HazMAT and HazWOPER training along with a C.D.L. (commercial
driverís license) program.

This fall we hope to have our Welding-Basic course available to community members.

National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC):

The project offers an opportunity for participants to earn a portable based National Career Readiness
Certification (NCRC) through the ACT INC., company. The NCRC certification level depends on the degree
of workplace skills at which participants test. The levels are Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. So
far 96% of the ANC students tested have earned an NCRC certificate with 66% of those at silver or gold level.


DeMaND Project Placement and Follow-Up


Deb Eve, Project Director

406-353-2607 ext. 226

Sue Lynn Brown, DeMaND Project Coordinator

406-353-2607 ext. 283

Eugene Garcia, Data WorkKeys Administrator

406-353-2607 ext. 275

Bob Parsley, DeMaND Project Coordinator

406-353-2607 ext. 289

Programs of Study:

HazMatoffered with the CDL class
CNASpring and Summer semester of 2015
PhlebotomySpring and Summer Semester of 2015
CarpentryFall 2014, Spring 2015
WeldingFall 2014, Spring 2015
CDLSpring 2015 and Summer 2015

January 2015

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