Culture and Community

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

The Ho-Chunk Nation Financial Literacy Program will provide an online introduction to financial topics that will better prepare Ho-Chunk enrolled juniors and graduating seniors, and those enrolled members who have not yet received their trust funds for a successful financial future. Through a proactive approach, the Ho-Chunk Nation Financial Literacy Program will work to empower our enrolled members to make knowledgeable choices with their finances as adults.

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Indigenous Arts and Sciences

Indigenous Arts and Sciences

To engage educators and learners of all ages and backgrounds in community-based ecological restoration for healthy environments.

For communities across the world to be actively engaged in ecological restoration that connects people to the land and each other through a commitment to stewardship.



Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity (S.E.E.D)


SEED is a peer-led professional development program that promotes change through self-reflection and interpersonal dialogue and builds capacity for more equitable curriculum, campuses, workplaces, and communities.

In their local, year-long SEED seminars, SEED Leaders and Colleagues use their own experiences and those of their students and children to widen and deepen school and college curricula and make communities more inclusive.

SEED’s unique methodology involves:

  • Facilitation ongoing, structured, group conversations in which all voices can be heard.
  • Examining how our own stories relate to social systems.
  • Learning from the lessons of our own lives as well as from texts.
  • Turning oppression and privilege into agency and action.