American Indian College Fund to Host Denver Indigenous Food Event June 14 Featuring Four Indigenous Celebrity Chefs to Benefit Native American College Students Denver, Colo., May 31, 2023-- Can you imagine a world without chocolate, blueberries, or guacamole? Neither...
In 2019, the American Indian College Fund teamed with the Native American Rights Fund to gather content Native American students need to work with school administrations in advance of graduation to ensure they can celebrate their graduations in a traditional way. We have updated this blog for 2023 but many of the principles are still the same.
As a Native-led and serving charity, the American Indian College Fund knows the importance of this day and the awareness it brings. Without the generosity of our partners and donors, we would not be able to offer more than 4000 Native students scholarships and other support services each year. But there is still a great deal of work to be done, not just for our Native students, but for our Native communities as a whole.
American Indian College Fund and United Health Foundation Announce $1.6 Million Program to Increase Healthcare Diversity
American Indian College Fund and United Health Foundation Announce $1.6 Million Program to Increase Healthcare Diversity Diversity in Health Care Scholarship Program to reduce ongoing health disparities in Native communities and diversify workforce. Denver, Colorado,...
Denver Post Names American Indian College Fund a 2023 Colorado Top Workplace for Fifth Consecutive Year
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2023 honor by Denver Post Top Workplaces. This is the College Fund’s fifth consecutive year on the list, which is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage LLC.
Little Priest Tribal College Awarded a National Science Foundation Grant to Improve Cybersecurity and Create Stem Opportunities for Indigenous Students
May 8, 2023, Winnebago, Nebraska - Little Priest Tribal College (LPTC) received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Equity for Excellence (EES) for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) grant that will help the college meet compliance standards and ensure...
Four national Native scholarship providers comprise the NNSP: the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund), the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), the Cobell Scholarship Program administered by Indigenous Education, Inc., and Native Forward Scholars Fund.
American Indian College Fund Research Examines Academic Program Development and Assessment Focus for Student Success at Tribal Colleges
The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) is releasing three briefs with findings from a three-part research project on tribal colleges and universities it conducted in 2020-21. The focus of the research includes tribal college and university (TCU) student support services, program development and review, and sustainability.
May 1-7 marks the National Week of Action for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women. Indigenous people disproportionately go missing or are murdered in this country, including women, girls, men, boys, and two-spirit (LGBQT) relatives. The American Indian College Fund urges our communities and supporters to use this week for public healing and to demand accountability from governments and law enforcement for this crisis, while remembering those we have lost. We ask our supporters to create greater visibility of Native people and greater awareness of the issue so this is no longer a “silent issue.”