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High School Admissions Pathway

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Pathways Coaches Davida and Orville

High School Admissions Pathways coaches assist students in the college preparation process.

The High School Admissions Pathway program helps high school students realize the importance and benefits of attending college.

Students learn to approach the process of applying to attend college with an understanding of personal power, college readiness, campus fit, college applications, and commitment to academic pursuits to succeed.

The American Indian College Fund’s college admissions coaches provide guidance and resources to high school students including:

  • on-site visits to high schools;
  • social media interaction;
  • one-on-one coaching;
  • workshops;
  • opportunities for campus visits and participation in college fairs; and
  • help with the admissions process.

Participating High Schools

 

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Meet the Pathways Staff

Meet the Native Pathways to College Team and learn about their work creating opportunities for high school and transfer ...

Eligibility:

There is no cost to participate in the program. Students must complete an application. Students must be:

  • American Indian/Alaskan Native;
  • High school students must have a parent/guardian present when applying. Total completion time is approximately 5-10 minutes. Please note students will not have the opportunity to save your application.
  • Sophomores, juniors, or seniors at these participating high schools are eligible:
    o Alaska: High schools near Ilisagvik College
    o Montana: Arlee, Polson, Ronan, or St. Ignatius
    o North Dakota: Mandaree, New Town, Parshall, Standing Rock, or White Shield Public
    o South Dakota: Crazy Horse, Little Wound, McLaughlin, Pine Ridge, Red Cloud, St. Francis, Todd County, Wakpala, or White River
    o Washington: Bellingham, Ferndale, Lummi Nation High School, or Squalicum
    o Wisconsin: Green Bay Southwest, Menominee Indian, Oneida, Seymour, or Shawano;

Apply for the Pathways Program

Applicants must complete an application. High school students will need to have a parent/guardian present when applying. Total completion time is approximately 5-10 minutes. Please note students will not have the opportunity to save your application.

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Related Topics

Meet the Pathways Staff

Meet the Native Pathways to College Team and learn about their work creating opportunities for high school and transfer ...

Eligibility:

There is no cost to participate in the program. Students must complete an application. Students must be:

  • American Indian/Alaskan Native;
  • High school students must have a parent/guardian present when applying. Total completion time is approximately 5-10 minutes. Please note students will not have the opportunity to save your application.
  • Sophomores, juniors, or seniors at these participating high schools are eligible:
    o Alaska: High schools near Ilisagvik College
    o Montana: Arlee, Polson, Ronan, or St. Ignatius
    o North Dakota: Mandaree, New Town, Parshall, Standing Rock, or White Shield Public
    o South Dakota: Crazy Horse, Little Wound, McLaughlin, Pine Ridge, Red Cloud, St. Francis, Todd County, Wakpala, or White River
    o Washington: Bellingham, Ferndale, Lummi Nation High School, or Squalicum
    o Wisconsin: Green Bay Southwest, Menominee Indian, Oneida, Seymour, or Shawano;