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Project DreamCatcher is a free business training program for Native American women entrepreneurs from the Hualapai, Tohono O'odham, San Carlos Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Navajo tribes. The Freeport-McMoRan Foundation created Project DreamCatcher in partnership with Thunderbird for Good. Project DreamCatcher hosts selected participants for an intensive week of training on Thunderbird’s downtown Phoenix campus. Activities include:
As ASU and Thunderbird School of Global Management continue to monitor COVID-19, DreamCatcher program will remain active and relevant during this difficult time.
We are providing a series of webinars and info sessions for Native American women from the Hualapai, Tohono O'odham, San Carlos Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Navajo tribes. Our primary goal is to support women during this uncertain time with resources and online training in response to the ongoing crisis.
Project DreamCatcher in partner with Freeport-McMoRan are part of a team to ensure safety and provide you with new tools and methods to leverage online and virtual communications to keep learning.
Read past participants stories about their experience.
"My experience with Project Dreamcatcher was so much more then I imagined! It was both mentally fulfilling and professionally enhancing. My motivation and inspiration skyrocketed and I continue to function on a whole other level! The Thunderbird Staff and Alumni were very knowledgeable and experienced in their fields, as well as in life! The other Native Women were amazing and truly chosen to be leaders in business and for their People. I would encourage and recommend all women to attend Project DreamCatcher."
~ Wynona Larson - 2015 Graduate