Newe-Numa Resource Program

Welcome

The NNRP (Newe-Numa Resources Program) provides the following services to the enrolled member of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes and other member of Federally Recognized Tribes residing on the Duck Valley Indian Reservation:

--NNRP/SOCIAL SERVICES:

  • Child Welfare Services
  • Indian General Assistance/TANF- low income eligibility requirements
  • Burial Assistance - Enrolled member of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe
  • WIWOA (Workforce Investment Act) Temporary Employment - must meet eligibility requirements, based on limited funding
  • Summer Youth Employment (NGM sponsored)
  • Support Services/Emergency assistance
  • Elderly Energy Assistance (NGM sponsored)
  • Higher Education and Adult Vocational Training
    (Please read the Policies and Procedures HERE)

DEADLINE DATES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION /AVT SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING:

TERM APPLICATION DEADLINE DOCUMENT DEADLINE
Fall Semester/Quarter Third week of June September 15th
Winter Quarter October 1st  January 15th
Spring Semester October 1st 1st week of December
Spring Quarter December 1st March 15th


NOTE: Although documents may be submitted up to the document date, it is to be understood this will DELAY payment to the institution.

 

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE, please check eligibility requirements.

--Western Shoshone Education Trust Fund - for people who have received the Western Shoshone Judgement Funds, or is a "lineal descendant" of a family who has received the Western Shoshone Judgement Claims. Contact your committee representative for more information.  Rozilyn Jones is the representative for the Western Shoshone of DVIR. You can download the application here. For additional information, go to the Western Shoshone Education Trust Fund Website HERE.

--NNSF (Newe-Numa Scholarship Fund) - sponsored by the Nevada Gold Mines can be obtained HERE.

 

wsetf.org 

Higher Education Students

 

Please send all 2023-24 Higher Education Applications,

Correspondence and Supporting Documents to: 

 

NNRP - Higher Education Dept.

Shoshone-Paiute Tribes

PO Box 219

Owyhee, NV  89832

OR

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fax: 775/757-2910