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Helping Native Youth Succeed With Culturally Responsive Education

By American Indian College Fund - October 7, 2015

Living conditions on American Indian reservations and in Alaska Native villages are often compared to those in third…

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Traditional Native Arts at the 2016 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums

By American Indian College Fund - October 2, 2015

In September of 2015, Bridget Skenadore, Native Arts and Culture Project Coordinator, presented at the 2016 International Conference of…

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Native American Heritage Month

Intern Sees Stories in Numbers

By American Indian College Fund - August 27, 2015

Oki (hello).  I attended Blackfeet Community College for a year and a half, where I learned of this internship…

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College Fund Research Intern Presents at National Family and Community Engagement Conference

By American Indian College Fund - July 13, 2015

Yá’át’ééh! My name is Cassandra Harden. I am a graduated from  Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) with an associate’s degree…

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Ké’ Family Engagement : It’s Too Easy to Get Caught Up in the Craze of Today’s World

By American Indian College Fund - June 15, 2015

Written by: Michelle Wilson Justin Guillory, president of Northwest Indian College . In the life of a parent, there…

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Pueblo of Jemez –Photo Voice Showcase

By American Indian College Fund - May 12, 2015

Presented by Alyssa Yeppa and Stacie Barney Introducing Lana Toya Our Parent Photo Voice team had the great…

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Wakanyeja Sacred Little Ones & K’é Family Engagement Initiative Presents: “SIPI YDI Community Planting Event”

By American Indian College Fund - May 11, 2015

  Blog By: Marissa Analla & Cassie Harden The Wakanyeja Sacred Little Ones and K’é Family Engagement Initiatives presents Southwestern…

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College4Kids Program Features Pigs, Pancakes and Maple

By American Indian College Fund - April 10, 2015

If you give a pig a pancake — oh, the adventure you will have!  Maple sugaring was the theme for…

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Inside the College Fund

Emeritus Trustee Gail Bruce Honored by Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Multicultural Audience Development Initiative

By American Indian College Fund - March 13, 2015

American Indian College Fund emeritus trustee Gail Bruce was honored at a special reception on March 9 by the Metropolitan…

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Tribal College Students Embracing ECE Initiatives at NWIC

By American Indian College Fund - March 9, 2015

Things are moving fast at the Northwest Indian College and the Lummi community.  For the last three and a…

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