At the American Indian College Fund, we will continue our work to provide equitable access to a higher education for every Native American who wants one, while reinforcing the importance of civic education and engagement. We want and need more of our graduates at the table, representing our communities, so that every Native child can fulfill their dream—and Dr. King’s.
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund), was interviewed on Denver’s Mile High Living, a television segment on Channel 7 (ABC) in Denver that looks at the impact that local organizations are making in Denver, where the College Fund is headquartered, and the greater nation.
AT&T Gives $1.5 Million in Pandemic-Related Supplies to More Than 20 Tribal Colleges and Universities
The American Indian College Fund and the American Indian Higher Education Consortium are receiving $1.5M in pandemic-related supplies including hand sanitizer, disinfectant and gloves. Both organizations are working with AT&T to distribute the supplies to more than 20 tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) across the country.
January 27, 2021 at 3::00 PM Mountain Join NAFOA, the American Indian College Fund, and our featured speakers Cynthia Banks (Navajo), Senior Vice President National Accounts, Tribal Business at Mutual of America as we discuss some retirement tips for students and...
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 12:00 PM Mountain
The attack last week on the U.S. Capitol was an attack on every peaceful citizen who believes in a representational democracy in which all races, genders, ethnicities, and creeds have a place at the table.
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will participate in a panel discussion about structural racism in our education system and its impact on economic outcomes for all Americans.