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Month: January 2015 Articles

One the Road Again: Montana Tribal College Fair

We are on the road again in Montana for the 2015 Montana Tribal College Career Fair Circuit on Feb. 2-10. Montana has the most Tribal College and Universities (TCUs) and TCU students than any other state and we are excited to join this event for the fifth year. 

Cheryl Crazy Bull to Discuss Presidential Community College Initiative On-Air

Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will be interviewed on the radio program Native America Calling on Monday, February 2 at 11 a.m. Mountain Time. She will be discussing President Obama’s Community College Initiative and the importance of tribal colleges, along with Russ McDonald, President of United Tribes Technical College and William Mendoza, White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.

Scholar Seeks Engineering Degree to Contribute to Community Needs

Charmayne is assisting Field Engineers and Engineering Technicians in general surveying and surveying potential construction projects within Eastern Navajo Agency.  She says this has inspired her to continue her education in the field. “I am preparing drawing and sketches in the field for individual homes from rough drawings and sketches and drafts for project summaries and construction plans that are reviewed by higher-level technicians.

Walmart Foundation Scholarship Student Discovers New Horizons

I was chosen to attend the American Indian Science and Engineering Society National Conference (AISES) in Orlando, Florida. I would first like to thank you very much for this amazing opportunity to represent the Walmart Foundation, the American Indian College Fund, Salish Kootenai College, and the Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians.