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MISSION — Cayuse Native Solutions, of Pendleton, has been awarded a grant to hire, train and support a “digital navigator” to help residents of the Umatilla Indian Reservation gain access to the internet, connected devices and assist with digital skills training.

Debra Croswell, executive managing director at Cayuse Native Solutions, explained a digital navigator is “a trusted guide who helps community members access internet resources, helps them improve their digital skills, helps the community acquire devices, some of the funding we have will be purchasing things like tablets and laptops for the community.”

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