Adult Employment Training Services

Employment Training Services – Adult

Providing adults with opportunities for employment, education, training, and related services needed to succeed in the labor market. These services are provided under Public Law 102-477.


  • Copy of front and back of CDIB and tribal membership card
  • Residence Verification – proof of mailing and physical address if different (most recent lease agreement, utility bill, etc.)
  • Selective Service – Males 18 years and older
  • Signed Employment Development Plan
  • Signed Acknowledgement Form

How to Apply

Apply for services online anytime for employment and training or using the schedule below for classroom training at universities/colleges. Application Deadlines:

  • Fall Semester (Aug. - Dec.): Sept. 15
  • Spring Semester (Jan. - May): Feb. 15
  • Summer Semester (June - July): June 15

Additional Information

  • These services are particularly designed for those who have barriers to employment.
  • Time in the program is limited in accordance with the guidelines.
  • Applicants applying for employment and training services must be:
    • unemployed,
    • underemployed,
    • upgrading skills for career advancement or
    • seeking retraining of skills to obtain employment.

Public Law 102-477 is the Indian Employment, Training, and Related Services Demonstration Act of 1992, as amended by Public Law 106-568, the Omnibus Indian Advancement Act of 2000. Public Law 102-477 is unique among Federal legislation, in that it allows Federally-recognized Tribes and Alaska Native entities to combine formula-funded Federal grants funds, which are employment and training-related into a single plan with a single budget and a single reporting system.