Blog Articles

May 5 Honors Indigenous Murdered and Missing Women and Girls

Deshawna Anderson, a College Fund scholar and Little Big Horn College student, honored murdered and missing indigenous people with her Pendleton blanket design. The grave issue impacts Native people disproportionately. The American Indian College Fund joins the...

We Will Not Be Erased

The American Indian College Fund urges education about Native peoples, cultures, and histories for media and citizens.

Earth Day: The Importance of Native Graduates in Environmental Studies and Green Collar Jobs 

People across the nation will be celebrating Earth Day this Thursday, April 22. But for Tribal communities, Earth Day is year-round. The American Indian College Fund provides Tribal colleges and universities and their students study and internship opportunities that allow them to make a deeper impact on the environmental health of their communities. 

Sinte Gleska University GED Tutor Comes Full Circle

by Sherman Marshall, SGU Adult Basic Education Director For Debbie Burnette, joining Sinte Gleska University’s (SGU) Adult Basic Education (ABE) department in March 2020 was like coming home. Debbie’s connection with the ABE department goes back to 1979 when she...