Seminole Nation Community Input Surveys
The Seminole Nation is conducting a Community Input Survey to identify the needs of the tribe, to guide development of service, assist in setting program goals and budget priorities over the next several years.
The survey covers important issues the tribe is facing and the strategic direction of the tribe. There is a section for what types of services and programs are needed such as business development ideas, health, housing, elder services, education, and culture. Space is provided for your ideas and comments.
The survey is available for pick-up at the Program Development Office, located at 215 E. Evans in downtown Seminole.
For more information contact Andrea Ellis Harrison, Seminole Nation Program Development Office at (405)303-2135.
Food and Agriculture Workshop
The Seminole Nation and Wewoka Service Unit Health Advisory Board will be hosting an Indian Country Food and Agriculture Workshop at the Seminole Nation Grisso Mansion on Wednesday, February 19, 2014.
For more information about the event, click here.
To view a workshop agenda, click here.
New phone system
Seminole Nation is currently implementing a new Cisco phone system. While we are moving to this new system there will be some bugs and possible short outages. If you are trying to call Seminole Nation or any of our employees and experience an error, disconnect, busy signal, invalid number, or any other errors please let us know as soon as possible so that we may get this resolved. Due to the volume of phones being migrated we rely on feedback to help us find problem areas faster as well as find and fix problems that are undetectable from inside of the organization.
We have created a form to fill out to report these problems. This is a very short and simple form that only requires the phone number dialed, the person you are trying to contact, the error you received, and your phone number so that we may contact you as soon as the issue is resolved(optional).
Recording of "Live 10 am: Gold Medal Ceremony for Native American Code Talkers"
View a recording of 11/20/13's "Live at 10 a.m. See the Gold Medal Ceremony for Native American Code Talkers"
Charlotte Harjo Scholarship Fund
Once again, the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Trust Fund Board is
sponsoring a fund raiser in memory of long time tribal employee,
Charlotte Harjo. Charlotte worked for over 15 years in the Judgment
Fund office administering applications for Higher Education scholarships
for tribal students. To honor her dedicated service to the Nation, a
scholarship fund will be raised in her name to benefit a tribal citizen
enrolled full-time in an institute of higher education during the spring of 2014.
All of the funds raised will be solely for the scholarship. Any amount will be appreciated. This will be
the fifth year for this scholarship.
Donations can be made the "Charlotte Harjo Scholarship Fund" and submitted to the Treasury
Department at the Seminole Nation Complex in Wewoka, Oklahoma or mailed to Seminole Nation of
Oklahoma, Attn: Treasury Department, P.O. Box 1498, Wewoka, OK 74884. For more information,
contact the Treasury Department at 405-257-7211.
Applications are due by December 15th, 2013.