On Wednesday, April 29, the Honorable Stanley Moore, County Commissioner for Cook County, today passed a Resolution with the Cook County Board of Commissioners in Illinois to honor and recognize the American Indian College Fund.
President Cheryl Crazy Bull appeared in Washington, D.C. on April 8 at the White House with other Native leaders to offer her thoughts about the challenges facing Native youth today, and ways to overcome those challenges. First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the convening
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) has signed Jim Belushi and The Sacred Hearts to perform live at its 25th Anniversary Gala, to be held Friday, May 8 from 6:30-10:30 p.m. at the legendary Drake Hotel. The formal fundraising event will benefit Native American higher education and celebrate the College Fund’s mission to provide access to higher education for all Native people.
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) celebrated its 25th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles, California, where more than 210 attendees gathered as the College Fund honored 10 of its original founders at the event to benefit its mission to provide Native American access to higher education.
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) announced that The Walt Disney Company has committed $250,000 to create The Walt Disney Company American Indian College Fund Scholarship Program. The program will provide Native American and Alaska Native students who have financial need with multi-year support to attend tribal colleges and universities nationwide.
you give a pig a pancake — oh, the adventure you will have! Maple sugaring was the theme for this Saturday’s College 4 Kids session. Children and their families attending the College of Menominee Nation’s College 4 Kids on March 21 enjoyed the adventures in Laura Numeroff’s book titled If You Give a Pig a Pancake.
Pendleton Woolen Mills added two new blanket designs to its American Indian College Fund line. The first, a crib blanket for babies, is titled the Thunderbird and the Whale. The image is inspired by the artwork of Larry Ahvakana and the Iñupiat legend of the Great Spirit Eagle.