The city of Seattle is named after the chief of the Suquamish and Duwamish people, Chief Seattle. We are excited to offer this impactful excursion in partnership with the Suquamish Museum to learn about indigenous cultures of the Greater Seattle community.
Build an understanding and appreciation for our region’s history and gain knowledge of how the "people of the clear saltwater" have preserved their culture over centuries. Become inspired by this centuries-old wisdom to build and preserve your own workplace culture.
This program highlights learning about the natives of our region, including their land, culture, language, environment, human rights, leadership, responsibility, understanding, and cooperation. Parallels that can be drawn on to shape your own workplace culture.
Participants will visit the Suquamish Tribe and Museum where they will learn the significance of cedar weaving and the basics of the art form, by making their own traditional cedar mat. Suquamish Museum staff will explore the many ways cedar bark was used and continues to be used by Coast Salish peoples.
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