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Month: April 2018 Articles

Chance Fletcher, Cherokee, Named First Recipient of Three-Year American Indian College Fund Law School Scholarship

Chance Fletcher, a senior at Princeton University and a member of the Cherokee Nation, has been selected to receive the first-ever American Indian College Fund Law School Scholarship. The scholarship, which begins in the fall of the 2018, was made possible thanks to a gift of $1 million from an anonymous donor.

WalMart Scholars Attend National Education Conference for Learning and Networking Tools

Walmart knows that providing outstanding students with scholarships is just one of the stepping stones students need to succeed. Opportunities to network outside of campus and community are important in exposing students to new ideas and possibilities as part of a students’ intellectual development—and career path.

American Indian College Fund Receives $600,000 Grant from Strada Education Network to Study Economic and Social Impact of Tribal Colleges

The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) announced today a new effort to study the impact of tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) on the overall well-being of graduates from five institutions. The study will occur over two years and is funded through a $600,000 grant from Strada Education NetworkSM, a national nonprofit dedicated to strengthening pathways from education to employment.

Diane: Working for Education, Tradition, and Culture of Native People

Walmart knows that providing outstanding students with scholarships is just one of the stepping stones students need to succeed. Opportunities to network outside of campus and community are important in exposing students to new ideas and possibilities as part of a students’ intellectual development—and career path.