To secure, enhance, and sustain Tribal sovereignty through culturally-relevant and culturally-specific methodologies.
Our mission is to maximize Tribal Economic growth opportunities while enhancing career pathways through education, community services, and funding in order to strengthen Tribal economies.
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The Grants Office is responsible for assisting Tribal government departments with seeking and applying for outside funding to support programs and services.
The responsibility of the Workforce Office is to provide quality employment and training services to constituents of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
The Community Development’s mission is to provide a variety of direct services to promote, educate, and assist our community members to enhance their well-being.
Economic Development oversees the efforts of the Tribe to generate new revenue and cash flow apart from the casinos for the benefit of its Tribal members.
The Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) requires that all employers who are engaged in operating a business on reservations give preference to qualified Indians in all aspects of employment, contracting, and other business activities.
The Itom Yoemia’s mission is to improve system coordination and integration of service delivery among Yaqui government agencies to Yaqui families.