The Cherokee PINS Project believes that community education in conjunction with community engagement can assist Cherokee Nation citizens and non-native community members to have a better understanding of the Cherokee people's history and its future. Our goal is to provide educational and informational opportunities to communities with large Cherokee populations by building networks and relationships and contributing skills and knowledge to each other. We provide free webinars and courses that are available to all members of a community including Covid updates with health officials, college preparatory workshops, and language courses.
Primary resources focus on community education.
Our newest initiative is the #CherokeeChallenge #ᏣᎳᎩ ᎦᏁᏄᏟᏗ. Are you ready?