The Oglala Lakota College Community Continuing Education/GED department is slowly transitioning out of online-only programming as the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic lessen. Now more than one GED student at a time can be in the college centers, as long as there is still only one student and tutor per classroom.
College Fund and Its Scholars Share How—and Why—to Make Higher Ed More Accessible for Native Students
American Indian College Fund scholars Samantha Maltais, Tori McConnell, and other Native American college students and alumni weigh in on what mainstream higher education institutions can do to make reparations for taking Native land.
May 26, 2021 at 2:00 PM Mountain
Cheryl Crazy Bull will join a national conversation about the importance of promoting women and girls’ access to education, hosted by CARE. We hope you will join us for the CARE Tuesday Talk on Tuesday, June 1, at 12 noon EDT. The event is free and open to the public....
“Think Indian” Book Club Book Review: Moon of the Crusted Snow This blog post is the first in an upcoming series of book reviews of the American Indian College Fund’s (College Fund) “Think Indian” Book Club selections. Each blog will focus on a “Think Indian” Book...
Looking for a good read? The Think Indian Book Club recommends these titles for your own book group or personal reading pleasure.
The American Indian College Fund was awarded a Top Workplaces 2021 honor for the third year in a row. The College Fund has been the nation’s largest charity supporting Native higher education for 31 years.
May 5, 2021 at 3:00 PM Mountain
Samantha Maltais, the American Indian College Fund Law Scholarship recipient headed to Harvard Law School, was interviewed last night on The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell program on MSNBC live. She gave a shout-out to the College Fund for her law scholarship, the Full Circle Scholarship program that funded her education at Dartmouth, spoke about murdered and missing Indigenous people, and shared her career goals.
Deshawna Anderson, a College Fund scholar and Little Big Horn College student, honored murdered and missing indigenous people with her Pendleton blanket design. The grave issue impacts Native people disproportionately. The American Indian College Fund joins the...