Welcome to the Pacific TTA Center

At the Pacific Region Training & Technical Assistance, we help organizations serving Native communities in the Pacific to develop and to find grant funding for their community-based projects. As a Resource of the Administration for Native Americans, we are dedicated to serving the Native peoples of the Pacific Region, including Hawaiʻi, American Sāmoa, Guam and CNMI. Call our office today for free help with your project!


We offer free training workshops throughout the Pacific and webinars online to help you learn how to better serve your Native community and apply for ANA grants.


Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

No matter how complicated your question may be, our office staff is standing by to offer you free one-on-one technical assistance as you develop your community-based project.




The ANA Resource Library includes all of the materials we use at trainings, past webinars from all four regional TTA offices, and much more to help you develop your project.


Upcoming Trainings

We offer free training workshops and virtual webinars to organizations serving
Native communities in the Pacific Region. Browse our upcoming free training events

Webinar | “Native Language Community Coordination Demonstration Project (NLCC): A Pre-Application Training Webinar”

April 21, 2016
4 p.m. EST (10 a.m. Hawaii time)

In this national Administration for Native Americans webinar, you’ll learn exactly how to apply for one of ANA’s newest grants: the Native Language Community Coordination Demonstration Project (NLCC) initiative!

This webinar will serve as a supplemental Pre-Application Training for eligible tribes and Native American, Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander non-profit organizations. Participants will learn how to:

  • Register and apply on Grants.gov
  • Understand the ANA Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Evaluation Criteria
  • Format, package, structure and submit an NLCC application for ANA funding consideration

The webinar will feature top-level ANA administrators and an open Q&A section for all of your questions. To accommodate this training, the session will last 1.5 hours, starting at 4 p.m. Eastern time.

The Native Language Community Coordination Demonstration Project (NLCC) is intended as a place-based demonstration that will address gaps in community coordination across the Native language educational continuum. Applications for NLCC grants are due June 1, 2016. Follow this link to download the NLCC Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/foa/view/HHS-2016-ACF-ANA-NS-1168

You’ll be able to access this national, web-based training session from any computer with a modern browser and an internet connection. Interaction is available via your computer’s microphone or text chat. Webinar to be held Thursday, April 21, 2016, at 10 a.m. Hawaii Standard Time (4 p.m. Eastern). Training to be conducted by Kaʻānaniʻau LLC, your ANA Pacific Region T/TA providers.


Register for the Webinar

Got Questions, or Just Want to Brainstorm?

Call 1-844-944-9544, or click the button below for free help with your Native community-serving project plan