Capacity Building for American Indians Project (CBAIP)

Since 1996, the Capacity Building for American Indians Project (CBAIP) has provided national outreach, technical assistance (TA) and trainings to existing American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Programs and interested American Indian tribes and Alaska Natives in the form of grant writing workshops, grant management trainings, and follow-up assistance that may be needed to ensure a successful program.

The overall outcome of the project is the increased participation of American Indian tribes and Alaska Natives to compete for RSA discretionary grants and the development of culturally appropriate tribal VR projects providing a broad scope of VR services to tribal members with disabilities.

CBAIP resources

TA and training

CBAIP TA Flow Chart: outlines the CBAIP processes involved in planning and providing TA and training.

Request for Technical Assistance (TA) and Training 

Become a peer reviewer

Are you interested in becoming a peer reviewer of grants for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)?

If so, e-mail a letter of interest and your resume to OSERSPRS@ed.gov. Please send documents as attachments.

For more information on peer reviewing, please visit CANAR .

Staff

Please email ihd@nau.edu with any questions.  Thank you.