Rhea E. LeCompte, Lakota name He’SkaWin (she comes from the white mountains), has seen many changes in OLC’s ABE/GED program since she started her work as a counselor/GED tutor at Oglala Lakota College’s (OLC) Cheyenne River College Center last September.
Month: February 2020 Blogs
Honoring The Old and New
Honoring the Old and the New As we begin the new year, I want to take a moment to thank you for your friendship and support in the 2018-2019 school year. We were able to provide nearly 4,000 Native students with scholarships. I see a very bright year ahead, thanks to...
The Inaugural Anishinaabe Early Childhood Symposium: A gift to our teachers
The Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College (KBOCC) Agriculture and Arts Center hosted the inaugural Anishinaabe Early Childhood Symposium in October.
Tribal Colleges and Universities: Building Nations, Revitalizing Identity
Tribal colleges and universities are unlike any other higher education institution. Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, wanted to tell the story of how these remarkable institutions serving Indian reservation communities provide an education to the nation’s most underserved student population—while also supporting the process of rebuilding tribal identity and tribal nations.