Archive: Nov 2011

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Why Preserve Native Cultures?

By American Indian College Fund - November 30, 2011

Although November is Native American Heritage Month, for the American Indian College Fund, our tribal colleges, and our students, we…

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College Fund Helping the Native Community for the Holidays

By American Indian College Fund - November 15, 2011

Panoramic view of the 2009 Elder’s Dinner.   The American Indian College Fund has caught the holiday spirit. The…

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The First Tribal College—Diné College

By American Indian College Fund - November 9, 2011

First class of baccalaureate graduates of Dine College, which marked its 30th Anniversary in 1998 as the oldest tribal…

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What’s In A Name? Fund Re-Names Scholarship Programs

By American Indian College Fund - November 8, 2011

To better reflect our scholarships and serve our students, you may notice a difference in our scholarship names. We will be migrating…

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Natives Bring Chocolate to World, Chocolate Company Helps Natives With Scholarships

By American Indian College Fund - November 7, 2011

Native cultures in what is now Mexico are credited for introducing chocolate to the world. The Mayan culture used chocolate…

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November is Native American Heritage Month!

By American Indian College Fund - November 1, 2011

Please join the American Indian College Fund and the Native students and 34 tribal colleges…

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Klatt: 2011 Tribal College Tours – Montana

By American Indian College Fund - November 1, 2011

As an employee of the American Indian College Fund (the Fund), I had the opportunity to participate in one of…

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