WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 22, 2022) — The National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA) has partnered with Zschool and several universities to offer a 70% discount on executive business education to NNAHRA professionals. These courses are university-backed, meaning the programs may be eligible for company tuition reimbursement.
This initiative widens the scale of what NNAHRA offers through its national services. NNAHRA presents all professionals with information, solutions, education, endless support, certification, training, knowledge and networking opportunities to empower Human Resources Professionals and Tribal Leaders throughout Indian Country to lead their organization or Tribe to success – all while protecting their Tribe’s sovereignty.
“We’re so thrilled to be partnering with Zschool to offer such an amazing resource and benefit to our members,” says Judy Wright, Board President of NNAHRA. “The online courses offered by Zschool and their several university partners are incredibly valuable and accessible to so many to grow their knowledge and career skills.”
Zschool connects universities and corporations to provide best-in-class executive education. Through this partnership, Zschool offers courses in a wide variety of categories, in leadership, marketing, design, data, cyber security and customer experience for a 70% discount. Additionally, for a limited time, the participating colleges are offering a free enrollment bonus of Apple AirPods or a $150 Amazon gift card to go toward individual supply costs.
“We are extremely honored to partner with the National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA) to bring high-quality online executive education to the Native American community. Our goal is to act as change agents and to empower each individual to reach their full potential on both a personal and professional level,” says Jordan Zimmerman, Founder of Zschool.
NNAHRA has also partnered with Tribal First (Tribal Care). This partnership will commence with their first-ever benchmarking survey, specifically targeted to Tribal Member benefit plans. This partnership will bring added value to both organizations as well as the Tribes they both serve together. The benchmarking study is free to all who participate. Additionally, all tribes that participate will receive a free copy of the aggregated results. The survey has launched and all participants will have two weeks to fill out the online survey.
“Tribal First and NNAHRA are excited to partner together as both of our organizations are synonymous in Indian country with dedication to helping tribes improve the overall health of Native Americans through strategic resources and services,” says Jason Jones of Tribal First.
For more information on NNAHRA, please visit: https://nnahra.org/. For more information on Zschool and the courses, please click here. For more information about Tribal First, please visit www.tribalfirst.com.