Congratulations to Our American Indian Graduates!

May 19, 2011 | Archives, Blog

Graduation time is upon us. All of us at the American Indian College Fund want to wish all of our graduating students the best in their new and hard-won future!

As one donor, Joanne (Cherokee-Choctaw) of Utah, said, “How proud I am of the graduates–and the others struggling on through. But mostly I proud of their desire to return home to be good role models and to advance their heritage.”
Well done, everyone!

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