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Month: July 2016 Articles

Tribal College Students Experiencing First National Party Convention

Tribal college students and Native Scholars Waycen and Brook are at the Democratic National Convention with our partner AT&T in Philadelphia. Among the tribal nations and delegates represented at the Democratic National Convention this week are some of our tribal college students and alumni. 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Donates $50,000 to American Indian College Fund

I have relied heavily on scholarships to pay for my schooling and thanks to the American Indian College Fund I was able to attend the University of Montana and acquire my Bachelor’s degree without student loans. I now know what it takes to pursue and acquire a post-secondary education and this has given me motivation to go for my Masters of Public Health from the University of Montana

College Fund Welcomes Three Summer Interns

Internships, like scholarships, are an important piece of a student’s higher education process. Internships provide students with opportunities to improve their skills and confidence while allowing them to build relationships in their professional fields. Unfortunately, not all students have the opportunity to work as an intern.

Economic Impact Studies – MT 2016

This report, commissioned by the Montana State Tribal Economic Development Commission, analyzes the monetary contributions of the seven Montana TCUs on the state’s economy.

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