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Month: April 2018 Articles

College Fund SEEDS Logo Symbolizes Stewardship and Growth

The growth and continuity of our home the Earth, as well as an eco-system, a seed, a student or a community, requires the support, communication and the action of many.

American Indian College Fund Honors John “Jack” Bogle, Founder of Vanguard Group, at 2018 Flame of Hope Gala in New York

John Bogle, the Founder of Vanguard Group, was honored with the American Indian College Fund’s Billapaache Award at the 2018 Flame of Hope Gala on April 11 in New York City. Billapaache means friend of the people in the tradition of the Apsaalooke (Crow) people of Montana.

Cultural taboos as a factor in the participation rate of Native Americans in STEM

Native Americans are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). We investigated whether having to violate cultural taboos might be a factor in the decisions of some Native Americans not to pursue STEM degrees.

American Indian College Fund 2018 Flame of Hope Gala to Help Provide Access to College for Native American Students

Only 14% of American Indians have a college degree. The American Indian College Fund is changing that by providing Native students with access to a life-changing higher education. To support Native students in their efforts, the College Fund is hosting the 2018 Flame of Hope Gala on April 11 at Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway, New York City.

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