The COVID Technology Program is offered to aid Elder Tribal (age 55 and above) members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde with technology tools needed for continued access to support for Tribal services. Items include, but are not limited to as laptops and internet access necessitated by COVID The first step is to fill out the Adult Education Program application available on the Tribal website or by calling Ext. If you live in the Grand Ronde area, just simply call or stop by the GED Classroom in the Adult Education Building.
The Education Division provides educational opportunities for members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Each program aims to promote the development of lifelong learners by offering educational opportunities for all ages. Tribal History Curriculum. The Youth Education Program serves Grand Ronde Tribal members, members of other Native tribes, and Grand Ronde descendant youth attending grades K with academic, cultural, recreational, and personal enrichment services. The story of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde is the story of a community, a Tribe, and a culture that has.
This program assists adult members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde while attending post-secondary schooling, generally on a part-time basis, at accredited colleges and universities. Participating students can be pursuing associates, bachelors or graduate-level degrees, or simply taking coursework for their own enrichment. Learn more. GRAND RONDE Tribal Headquarters (Adult Education Building & Elders' Activity Center) Grand Ronde Road Grand Ronde, OR Chachalu Museum & Cultural Center Grand Ronde Road Grand Ronde, OR PORTLAND. CTGR Portland Office SW Barbur Boulevard Portland, OR EUGENE. Lamb Cottage Meeting Facility (located in Skinner .
Higher Education Forms; Project Updates. Project Updates. This page highlights some of the larger projects currently under development by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. These projects will allow the Tribe to expand its ties throughout its homelands, extend services to its members and diversify the Tribe’s economic base.