Linette Factor, CMN, Director of Business Affairs, 2023-2024 Indigenous Visionaries Fellow
Mariah Wanic, BMCC, Director of Charter Schools, 2023-2024 Indigenous Visionaries Fellow
PEN Award–winning author Mona Susan Power, an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (Iháŋktȟuŋwaŋna Dakhóta), will discuss her latest novel, A Council of Dolls, March 26 at 12:00 noon Mountain Daylight Time with Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. Registration is free and open to the public.
The Department of Education announced the week of February 5 that schools and agencies involved in financial aid will not receive FAFSA information—which determines student total financial aid offerings – until the first half of March. This will set college applicants behind another two months in their decision-making.
Read in Shania’s own words about her journey to achieving her GED at Turtle Mountain Community College and finding her passion for learning again.
American Indian College Fund Offers Three-Year American Indian Law School Scholarship to Attend Harvard Law School
A law degree is foundational for Native leaders to ensure the rights of their sovereign Nations and citizens. Law school graduates work as lawyers, in public policy, government, law enforcement, education, and more.
This is part three of the story of a father who instilled in his daughter the value of education in its many forms, and a mother and grandmother who paved the way through their teachings.
American Indian College Fund Celebrates National Tribal College and University Week in Washington, D.C.
The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) joins the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and its member tribal colleges and universities to celebrate National Tribal College Week beginning February 5. Native students, tribal college presidents, and American Indian College Fund staff will pay visits to U.S. legislative leaders who have tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) in their states.
| Winter 2024 |Circle of HopeThe Journey MattersAs we begin a new year, I am excited to share some new things we’ve been working on to create stronger, more meaningful ways of evaluating our work. Because Native people have not historically been included in the...
This is part two of the story of a father who instilled in his daughter the value of education in its many forms, and a mother and grandmother who paved the way through their teachings.