In A Good Way

Jul 11, 2007 | Blog, Inside the College Fund

It seems that wherever I go, I meet people who are interested in what we are doing here at the College Fund, our mission, and our students.

I speak with people around the country about the underfunded miracles that are the tribal colleges, and how they impact our students’ lives. And I speak about the everyday people that I meet and how they are overcoming huge obstacles.

Because I cannot be everywhere at once, and because these stories are too powerful not to share, I decided to create this blog as a forum for sharing what is happening in and around Indian country. I promise to write often, and answer your comments.

 

 

Thank you for this opportunity to share with you all of the little and big miracles we encounter in our work.

 

 

In A Good Way,

 

 

Rick Williams

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