Contact Details

Office Address:
The Lakota Funds, Inc.
P.O. Box 340
Kyle, South Dakota 57752

Phone Number:
(605) 455-2500

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

I created an account but never received a confirmation email. What should I do?

Once you create an account, you should receive a confirmation email. Sometimes this can take several minutes. If you do not receive an email confirmation, there are a few things you can do. First, check your junk folder to be sure the email didn’t inadvertently get filed there. If you still don’t see a confirmation email, please contact us using the form on this page.

I lost my password. How do I recover it?

If you don’t remember or have lost your password to log into the learning center, don’t worry. It is easy to recover your password. Simply click the ‘Sign In’ button on the homepage and then click on the life ring icon. Follow the prompts to receive your password via email.

Can I take as many courses as I want?

Yes, anyone who sets up an account can take as many courses as they want.

 

Additional Resources

Buy Fresh, Buy Local - South Dakota

The mission of Buy Fresh, Buy Local – South Dakota is to increase the awareness and consumption of local foods in South Dakota. Visit website.

Construction Industry Center

The Construction Industry Center is a resource for locating blue prints for for local open contracts. Visit website. Request access to Construction Industry Center.

Indian Arts and Crafts Association

The Indian Arts and Crafts Association was established in 1974 in response to the growing problem of misrepresentation of American Indian arts and crafts in the marketplace. The mission of IACA is “to promote, preserve and protect authentic American Indian arts and crafts.” Visit website. 

Native American Contractors Association

The Native American Contractors Association’s (NACA’s) mission is to enhance self-determination through preservation and enhancement of government contracting participation based on the unique relationship between Native Americans and the federal government. Visit website. 

Surety Learn

The SuretyLearn.org website orients small and emerging contractors to the basics of bonding and of what is needed to achieve surety credit. Resources at the website include a link to an online bonding orientation course; informative articles, checklists, and questionnaires; links to government agencies and pertinent assistance programs; and a directory of service providers who specialize in serving these contractors. The online course educates emerging construction business owners about achieving surety credit and the specific steps they need to take to enter into surety credit relationships Visit website.