The UHN would like to honor and recognize the young tribal men and ladies who are currently participating in graduation ceremonies throughout the country. Recognizing that many of our youth are the first in their families to graduate from high school and even more are the first in their families to ever graduate from college. ..
Vice Principal Chief Lora Ann Chaisson was recently featured on the National Museum of the American Indians newsletter in their "Meet Native America" series. Click the link below to read the article. ..
For the last 15 years the United Houma Nation has been conducting community needs assessments every 5 years to gather tribal specific data that has proven to be invaluable in strengthening our grant writing and proposals to grow and develop further programs and services for our tribal citizens. It's that time again and we need your help. ..
Due to the sustained severe weather in southeast Louisiana, we have closed our offices for today. The safety of our staff and citizens is of the utmost importance to us. ..
The UHN is pleased to call the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center a partner and share with you all the schedule of free screenings taking place in May. Click the links below for the weekly events. ..
The world of employment has changed significantly in just the last 10 years. Computers and technology have altered the way to apply for work, conduct job search and increased the entry level skills required for potential employees. Gone are the days of computer skills being a plus; today it is a necessity. ..
The UHN is working to get the online store up and running soon. In order to ensure we are able to meet your interests and expectations, we are asking our tribal citizens, supporters and followers to complete an online survey. ..
In just a few short weeks, the United Houma Nation will be marking our 16th year operating a food booth at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Over the years the event has successfully allowed the Tribe to grow and develop by funding many of the projects that grants often do not provide. In recent years, the funds raised as Jazz Fest support the Enrollment Office and staff operations. ..
Based upon fees collected from the American Indian prestige license plate, the Louisiana Governor's Office on Indian Affairs has announced that they are accepting applications from Louisiana American Indian students enrolled in higher education institutes. Applications are due on May 15, 2015. ..
Entergy Louisiana has announced that it has made a donation of over $25,000 to the American Indian Scholarship Fund. In advocating for our students pursuing a higher education, Entergy has designated that at least 49% of the funding be designated as preference for United Houma Nation applicants. UHN tribal leaders would like to extend their appreciation of Entergy's contribution and support for our students. ..