Chief’s Blog: Chief Batton attends Trail of Tears Walk

Each year the Choctaw Nation holds the Trail of Tears Memorial Walk to commemorate the Native American journey from their birth lands to forced removal to the Oklahoma reservation.

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Required Annual Choctaw Greetings Training

This annual training emphasizes phrases commonly used by our associates, assists in mastering proper introductions in the Choctaw ...

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Labor Day Associate Access Point Badge

Orange rapid tag badges are required for associate Labor Day shifts.

2024 Memorial Day Ceremony

Please help us honor those no longer with us and remember their sacrifices that made us free.

Updated Travel Guidelines

The travel team has implemented two new updates that require immediate action from associates traveling.

Monthly Mission Moment – Choctaw Nation Credit an...

The Choctaw Nation Credit and Loan Department provides in-house loan servicing for tribal members making loans more accessible to ...

Associate Site – Resources

The Associate Site serves as a central location for CNO internal news and information and provides quick access to internal resour...

Policy Oversight Committee Updates: 5/21/24

A list of recently published documents (between 5/14/2024 to 5/20/2024).

CNO Lighthorse and Security Teams Have a Non-Emergency ...

Lighthorse Police would like to inform tribal members on the reservation, visitors to CNO properties, and employees how they can c...



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The Choctaw Nation is invested in your happiness and well-being. Associates can view their current benefit elections in Hoshonti.

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Associate Discounts

Working for the Choctaw Nation has its perks. Associates can access exclusive discounts at businesses throughout the Choctaw Nation, Oklahoma and surrounding states.

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Tribal District Map

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is the third largest federally recognized tribe in the United States. The reservation covers nearly 11,000 square miles in southeastern Oklahoma.

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Vision Statement

Living out the Chahta Spirit

Mission Statement

The Choctaw Proud, ours is the sovereign nation offering opportunities for growth and prosperity.

Core Values

Faith • Family • Culture • Honor • Accountability • Responsibility • Teamwork • Servant Leadership • Integrity

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