Hollywood, FL, August 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Native Learning Center, a Seminole Tribe of Florida program dedicated to the development of cultural and quality of life skills for all Native and Indigenous people, is proud to announce Kerretv (Key-thee-duh, Creek for “learning”) Online, an online environment for learning! Kerretv Online will allow individuals to actively engage with educational materials based on our 5 focus areas: Celebrating Culture & Language, Financial Wellness, Grants Education, Housing Strategies, and Tribal Government. Kerretv Online is now live, and you can now create your free online profile by visitinghttps://www.kerretvonline.com/login/index.php.
Kerretv Online will provide learners with information, resources, and activities while assisting the Native Learning Center in their mission of providing Native and Indigenous people with knowledge and skills that improve the quality of life through housing related educational programs. Learners will be able to sign up for and attend webinars, enroll in courses, access the glossary, and download information to share with others.
"I am excited that the Seminole Tribe of Florida Native Learning Center is able to deliver a powerful and Free online learning management system, Kerretv (Key-thee-duh, Creek for learning) Online, to Indian Country, so we can supply all Native Americans with educational materials and resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."
-Georgette Palmer Smith (Executive Director for the Native Learning Center)
The Native Learning Center will present it’s Tuition Free Training - Getting Started with Investing webinar August 1, 2012 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm EST using Kerretv Online. To create a Free account and register for the webinar on Kerretv Online visit https://www.kerretvonline.com/login/index.php and click on the “Create New Account” button, or visit the Native Learning Center athttp://www.NativeLearningCenter.com and select the “Kerretv Online” button in the top right-hand corner.
The Native Learning Center (NLC) is an educational resource that offers Native and Indigenous people the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills that improve quality of life through housing related educational programs. The NLC hosts conferences and individual courses that bring Native and Indigenous people together to discuss vital topics that promote cultural development within Indian Country. In cooperation with the Housing and Urban Development Office, Eastern Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (EWONAP), and various Native American trainers throughout Indian Country, the NLC developed areas of concentration to complement current national organizations that support EWONAP’s mission to promote development of Native housing and housing related activities. For more information, visit www.nativelearningcenter.com or contact U.S. at (954) 985-2300.
Contact: D. Preston Steele Ed.D., Director of Training and Technical Assistance at (954) 985-2300 ext. 10693 or via e-mail at DerrekSteele@semtribe.com and/or Jared Forman, Curriculum Development Specialist at (954) 985-2300 ext. 10684 or via e-mail at: Jaredforman@semtribe.com.