CNAY is Moving!

The Aspen Institute is relocating its Washington, DC, headquarters, effective December 18, 2017.

Our new address will be:

Center for Native American Youth
The Aspen Institute
2300 N St., NW, #700
Washington, DC 20037-1122

Please update your contact information to ensure we receive your mail or deliveries without delay.

One note: If you plan to visit the office in person, the entrance to our building is actually at the corner of 24th and N. Public parking for a fee is available in the building; the garage is accessible from either 23rd or 24th streets. The closest Metro stops are Dupont Circle (Red Line) and Foggy Bottom (Blue/Orange/Silver lines). Each are about a 10-minute walk from the building.

All phone numbers and e-mail addresses will remain the same.

After several years split between two buildings at 1 Dupont Circle, NW, and 1333 New Hampshire Ave., NW, the Aspen Institute has simply outgrown its current space. The new offices will allow all DC-based Institute programs to be together in one building, and will feature collaborative workspaces, improved public event venues, and an aesthetic design in keeping with the modernist Bauhaus feel of the Institute's Aspen, Colorado, campus.

You can follow The Aspen Institute on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see views from inside the new space as soon as we move in.

 

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CNAY Seeks Program Manager

The Center for Native American Youth seeks an entrepreneurial, well-organized, and driven Program Manager to oversee and grow our youth engagement strategy, evaluation measures, and program budget. This team member will manage the Champions for Change Native youth leadership program, lead CNAY’s Technical Assistance project to promote local youth recognition efforts, and be significantly responsible for direct interaction and communication with American Indian and Alaska Native youth, tribal leaders, and other key stakeholders.  

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Nov 15 State of Native Youth Report Release

On November 15, CNAY celebrated Native American Heritage Month by releasing its second annual State of Native Youth report, centered on the intersection of Native identities and civic engagement.   

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Open Call for Native American Youth Cover Art Submissions

Calling all Native American youth artists! Submit your art for a chance to be featured on the cover of the Center for Native American Youth’s annual State of Native Youth report. Until October 25, we are accepting submissions from Native American youth ages 24 and under. That’s not all: this year’s featured artist will also receive $200! 

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