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Month: November 2013 Articles

Comcast Commits $2.4 Million in Support and Services to the American Indian College Fund

As Native American Heritage Month comes to a close, the American Indian College Fund announced today that Comcast and the Comcast Foundation pledged more than $2.4 million to promote Native access to higher education. The American Indian College Fund received more than $2.4 million in support from Comcast for scholarships, a fundraising gala, and national advertising to promote public awareness, and College Fund President and CEO Cheryl Crazy Bull participated in Comcast’s Native American Heritage Month events as part of its employee enrichment activities.

Welcome Our Guest Student Blogger!

Meet Ulrick Francisco, a social services major from Sells, Ariz. attending Tohono O’Odham Community College. Ulrick will join us for the next year as a contributing blogger on the Think Indian Blog. Ulrick was inspired to earn his degree in his hometown through...

American Indian College Fund to Honor Denver Native Elders at Thirteenth Annual Holiday Dinner

The Denver-based American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) partnering with University of Denver’s Center for Multicultural Excellence, will honor Denver-area Native elders at a holiday dinner on Tuesday, December 3 at The Cable Center at the University of Denver, 2000 Buchtel Boulevard, Denver, Colorado, 80210. The dinner commences at 5:30 p.m. The event is free and open to American Indians age 55 and older. For directions, please visit www.cablecenter.org.

NikeTalk.com Supports American Indian College Fund with $11,000 Gift

NikeTalk.com, an online community dedicated to fans of sneakers and sports culture, has supported the American Indian College Fund with a gift of $11,000 for scholarship support to benefit American Indian students.