The summary for the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services grant is detailed below.
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Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services: The Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program promotes enhanced learning and innovation within museums and museum related organizations, such as cultural centers. The program provides opportunities for Native American tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations to sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge by strengthened museum services in the following areas: * Programming: Services and activities that support the educational mission of museums and museumrelated organizations. * Professional development: Education or training that builds skills, knowledge, or other professional capacity for persons who provide of manage museum service activities. Individuals may be paid or volunteers. * Enhancement of museum services: Support for activities that enable and improve museum services.
Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program
Current Application Deadline:
Apr 01, 2011
Original Application Deadline:
Apr 01, 2011
Jan 28, 2011
Jan 28, 2011
May 01, 2011
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
Eligible applicants are Indian tribes or organizations that primarily serve and represent Native Hawaiians For the purpose of funding under this program, "Indian tribe" means any tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska native village, regional corporation, or village corporation (as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. Section 1601 et seq.)) which is recognized by the Secretary of the Interior as eligible for special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians. A list of eligible entities is available from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, except for the recognized Alaska native villages, regional corporations, and village corporations (Alaskan entities should refer to applicable provisions in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, referenced above). The same population cannot be served by more than one grant. For the purposes of funding under this program, "organizations that primarily serve and represent Native Hawaiians" means any nonprofit organization that primarily serves and represents Native Hawaiians, as the term is defined in 20 U.S.C. Section 7517, is also eligible for funding. The term "Native Hawaiian" means (a) any individual who is a citizen of the United States, and (b) a descendant of the aboriginal people who, prior to 1778, occupied and exercised sovereignty in the area that now comprises the state of Hawaii, as evidenced by genealogical records; Kapuna (elders) or Kamaaina (long term community residents) verification; or certified birth records. IMLS recognizes the potential for valuable contributions to the overall goals of the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program by entities that do not meet the eligibility requirements above. Although such entities may not serve as the official applicants, they are encouraged to participate in projects as partners. Federally operated libraries and museums may not apply for the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services grants, but they may serve as nonessential partners to applicants if they do not receive IMLS grant funds as a result of the project. Contact IMLS before submitting a proposal involving a federal agency or federal collection. Consult with IMLS about any eligibility questions before submitting an application.