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American Indian College Fund to Host Denver Indigenous Food Event June 14 Featuring Four Indigenous Celebrity Chefs to Benefit Native American College Students
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...
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.
College Fund in the News
Native Bidaské (Spotlight): Emily White Hat Speaks About College Fund’s New Teacher Education Program
United Health Foundation working to diversify the health workforce
Ask Amy Names American Indian College Fund a Charity of Choice for Second Year
iHeart Radio Interview with Cheryl Crazy Bull – We Can Do This
Support Needed for Native American Students
How the American Indian College Fund is Strengthening Early Ed in Native Communities
The State of the American Indian College Fund Address
Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, shares how our work helps Native students access a higher education—and helps tribal colleges and their faculty to provide a culturally relevant, first-rate higher education.
scholarships distributed in 2021-22
million in scholarships for 2020-21
million in direct student support in 2020-21
first generation college students
million awarded since 1989
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Samantha (Wampanoag Tribe)
Samantha is pursuing a degree in law from Harvard Law School and hopes dedicate her career to fighting for justice on behalf of Native people, who have historically lacked adequate representation.
Jerald (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate)
Jerald is helping members of his tribe and community heal from generational trauma through mental health and substance abuse counseling. He believes his past struggles will help him offer better care to those in need.
Jamie (Muscogee [Creek] Nation)
Jamie is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in biology from the College of Muscogee Nation and hopes to educate her people on the importance of local, sustainable agriculture and stewarding a healthy relationship with the environment.
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