Rapid City Office

105A New York Street
PO BOX 2187
Rapid City, SD 57709
Phone: (605) 343-1100
Fax (605) 343-4474

Our New Location in Sioux Falls

United Sioux Tribes Corporation
1000 N. West Avenue
Suite #260
Sioux Falls SD 57104
Phone – (605) 271-7117 main line

We are located in the Non-Profit building, across from “ The Birdcage” & “Denny Sanford Event Center” in Sioux Falls SD

We are here for all your employment needs and we assist with job find, resumes and job placement and supportive services.

United Sioux Tribes Development Corporation has moved to a new location in Pierre

Now located at 122 E. Sioux Ave. Suite B. to better serve clientele in the Pierre area. 

The Corporation has purchased a vehicle for Participants!

To assist them with transportation regarding employment related issues. 

United Sioux Tribes Development Corporation

Click here to learn about the United Sioux Tribes symbol.
Click here to learn about the United Sioux Tribes symbol.

In 1970, the nine tribal Chairmen voted to formulate the United Sioux Tribes Development Corporation which was charted in May 1970, as a non-profit organization for development and assistance to Indian people of South Dakota.

The initial program implemented was the Direct Employment Program through contractual agreement with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in November 1970.  Staff and field offices were initiated at three locations in the state to begin the actual administration of the USTDC.

From the beginning the Corporation has grown substantially and now operates numerous programs that provides services to Indian people.

The United Sioux Tribes is the political arm for the Tribes, whereas, the United Sioux Tribes Development Corporation is a business tool which provides services to the Indian People.

The USTDC’s goals and objectives are to serve South Dakota Indians on and off the reservations by wise usage of existing programs and to actively promote the Native Americans into the State’s economic climate through utilization resources.

 

Hire Indian Manpower

  1. Three (3) destination offices operating for the placement of Indian personnel into jobs of substance.
  2. Services include:  Job Development, Screening, Orientation, Placement, Certifications, Follow-up, Employer/Employee Relations, Community Adjustment Services.
  3. Coordination with Tribal, State, Federal, local and private organizations.
  4. Referral and resources services for the benefit of the Indian People.