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Month: July 2010 Articles

Letter from a Supporter

I’d like to personally thank Sandra Beasley of Cleveland, Ohio, an unenrolled member of the Cherokee tribe who resides in Cleveland, Ohio, for taking the time to write to me about the Think Indian campaign. Sandra writes that the campaign “is absolutely brilliant, sensational, awesome, tremendous, epic, and life-changing” and that the stories of traditional and non-traditional students were inspiring for her.

$10,000 Scholarship Grant Awarded from The Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation

The Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation has awarded the American Indian College Fund a $10,000 grant for scholarships for American Indian students who are from Colorado or are members of the Southern Ute or Ute Mountain Ute tribes.

AT&T Continues Longtime Support of American Indian College Fund

AT&T contributed $15,000 to the American Indian College Fund (the Fund), continuing almost two decades of supporting Native American students’ pursuit of higher education. The AT&T Tribal College Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students studying science, technology, engineering, mathematics and/or business at our nation’s tribal colleges and universities.

Donaldson Foundation Grants $15,000 to The Fund to Establish Scholarship Program

The Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Donaldson Foundation donated $15,000 to the American Indian College Fund to establish the Donaldson Foundation Tribal College Scholarship Program. This program will provide greatly needed scholarships to Native American students studying science, technology, engineering, math, or business at tribal colleges and universities in Minnesota and Wisconsin.