The mission of Native American Heritage Programs is to present, preserve, and perpetuate the history and cultural heritage of the Lenni Lenape, or Delaware Indians (who originally lived in eastern Pennsylvania, southern upper New York State, western New Jersey, and parts of Maryland and Delaware), and that of other Native American groups. The organization accomplishes that mission through cultural heritage programs, workshops, and educational exhibits for children and adults of all abilities. Over 35 years of experience helping educators meet their goals by providing educational programs and workshops for schools, libraries, historical societies, groups and businesses.
We help teachers meet Pennsylvania’s Academic Standards in History & Arts / Humanities, New Jersey’s Core Content Standards in Social Studies and Delaware’s History Standards.
Please view our brief resumes on the Presenters page and Overseas links, School Review & When the Shadbush Blooms. Deer antler necklace
Providing programs for: Philadelphia Free Library – Independence Branch & Rittenhouse Square, Parkland, Southern Lehigh and others; Defense Supply Center, IRS, US Mint, Veteran’s Administration, Veteran’s Affairs, various Pennsylvania State Parks, such as Little Pine, PEEC; PA Dept. of Aging, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Citibank- Wilmington Trust, Longwood Gardens, William Paterson University, Cedar Crest College, Kutztown University, St Joseph’s University, Thiel University, Chatham University, Keystone University; William Patterson University, Rowan University, Schuylkill River Festival, Walnutport Canal Festival, Briar Bush Nature Center, Tinicum Wetlands, pre-schools, schools, senior centers, nursing homes and social groups and many other organizations.
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“United Nations Standard Products and Services Codes for Native American Heritage Programs products and services”
UNSPSC – United Nations Standard Products and Services Code The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code is a hierarchical convention that is used to classify all products and services. It is the most efficient, accurate and flexible classification system available today for achieving company-wide visibility of spend analysis, enabling procurement to deliver on cost-effectiveness demands and allowing full exploitation of electronic commerce capabilities. The UNSPSC was jointly developed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (D & B) in 1998.
93141707 Cultural heritage preservation or promotion services
60103600 Multicultural activities and resources
60103606 Multicultural theme units
60105421 Understanding or dealing with cultural diversity instructional materials
94131805 Ethnic minorities cultural preservation services
93131503 Human rights education or information dissemination services
86000000 Education and Training Services
86121501 Preschool educational services
86130000 Specialized educational services