As a business enterprise, we would like to be known as a company committed not only to its clients but also to the development of the local communities where we work and where our clients operate. This is a far reaching statement; the essence of which is giving back to the development of local communities. Some recent examples of our community involvement and support include, sponsoring academic scholarships to Native American students, investing in the development of technology applications for language and culture preservation,and jointly sponsoring fundraising programs. Through the opening of our Technology Delivery Center, we worked with the Morongo tribe, local communities, community colleges, and local universities to put in place a structured apprentice program that provided us multiple channels for sourcing plus develop a longer-term pipeline for professional services talent development. Our fundraising sponsorship includes leadership with the American Lung Association-San Diego of their premiere event--Lung Force Walk--as well as their inaugural Golf for Air tournament, and recognition of Osceola founder, Kevin Narcomey as Volunteer of the Year.
These are just a few of the various initiatives that collectively, tie back to the spirit of Osceola Consulting’s mission to integrate the company’s Native American heritage, help others less fortunate, and take a leadership role in giving back to the local communities, both Native American, and non-Native. We are excited about the opportunity to develop these relationships and work to “tie it all together” with a comprehensive commitment to developing minority-owned businesses and support local communities in general. To learn more about our community involvement, please visit our News page.