Turquoise jewelry ,non-profit , Albuquerque, NM
Owned and operated by Native American artisans, the T.Skies Co-op is a Non Profit branch of the Turquoise Skies community set up to help support local Native American artisans. As a company, we combat the unethical and inauthentic outsourcing of Native American jewelry. Keeping this industry healthy offers new jewelers entering the market more opportunity to be successful.
The T.Skies Co-op is a collaborative, non-profit workshop where Native American jewelers can learn, work and develop business and marketing skills. We also develop programs for youth in local indigenous communities to promote education in our trade. Programs are designed to provide specialty trade school opportunities for high school and college students, as well as on the job experience, and job placement in the jewelry industry.
1. Reduce High School dropout rate on the reservation.
2. Train Native American jewelers to be competitive in the modern jewelry job market.
3. Help jewelers find jobs in the industry and help them establish their own business.
4. Protect the authenticity of Native American arts and culture.
3700 Osuna Ne Ste 505 Albuquerque, NM 87109
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