conserves, promotes, and perpetuates the Diné Cultural and Language instructional programs in coordination with schools, institutions of higher education, the state department of education, community organizations and the Traditional Navajo Apprenticeship Project.
implements comprehensive special education, vocational rehabilitation, independent living programs, and services to assist individuals with disabilities to achieve self-sufficiency and equal opportunity.
provides need-based financial aid, college support, merit-based scholarships, and graduate and part-time assistance to Navajo applicants pursuing a post-secondary degree. ONNSFA is comprised of five agency offices and the Navajo Nation Teacher Education program.
coordinates with Navajo chapters, communities, and various youth service providers to promote socially acceptable leisure activities that meet the varied needs of youth. It provides community-based and family-oriented alternatives for at-risk youth. It provides career awareness opportunities to youth.
The Navajo Nation Library
provides educational, cultural, informational, and recreational materials to all residents of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Head Start
delivers child and family focused services with the overall goal of increasing the social competence and school-readiness of children from low-income families. It provides comprehensive services to children from birth to five years of age and pregnant woman and their families. It administers a full immersion program incorporating Navajo culture and language into its curriculum.
provides supplemental funding assisting those efforts designed to meet the specialized and unique educational needs of eligible Indian students. Diné language and culture are high priorities for JOM. Services include: at-risk counseling, tutoring, computer lab, community-based learning centers, home school liaison, and bilingual teacher assistants.