MNAA Programs and Services
Scholarship Program
The Metrolina Native American Association (MNAA) is currently accepting applications
for its 2011 academic scholarships. MNAA is a Native American Community
Association in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. It is a North Carolina State
recognized Urban Indian Center that was incorporated in January 1976 by local Native
Americans as a non-profit education advocacy group. The MNAA  has grown to
encompass child care, employment, and aged-based community programs. It is the
second oldest Urban Indian Center in North Carolina. The organization serves over
22,00 Native American Communities residing in the ten-county area of the Southern
Piedmont referred to as "The Metrolina Area" (Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell,
Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanley, and Union).
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Cultural Class
Cultural Classes are held every other Monday night from 6-8pm at Green
Memorial Baptist Church (Family Center/Gym)  located at 1324 The Plaza.   
Please come join us as we learn Native American dancing and drumming
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Michael Scott Mater Foundation
The MSMF Travel Aboard Summer Program (TASP) is a tremendous
advantage. The prime purpose of the program is to promote international
understanding by granting young people a unique opportunity to broaden
their knowledge and widen their horizons. The ultimate impact that this
program will have on the lives of the students is incalculable. Many of these
young people will be leaders of their communities in the future.

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Metrolina Native American Association
North Carolina Recognized Urban Indian Center