Tribal College Journal Launch Native Reflections Special Edition Journal for 400th Anniversary of Mayflower Arrival American Indian College Fund, Tribal College Journal Launch Native Reflections Special Edition Journal for 400th Anniversary of Mayflower Arrival April...
Growing up, my parents always taught me that my education is the most important accomplishment in life. My mother never graduated from high school, so she has always pushed my siblings and I to never give up. Now that we are adults and are attending college, my parents are still our motivation.
Halloween should be the best time EVER! You dress up, you get free candy, and sometimes explore your DARK, creepy side. But what if you want to express your culture with your costume?
American Indian College Fund Scholar Highlights Food Insecurity Among College Students While Providing Greater Access For SNAP Recipients
The challenges facing Native American students are many and diverse. Financial inequality, culturally insensitive institutions and access to broadband Internet are just a few regularly occurring barriers to higher education
The American Indian College Funds 2018-2019 Student Ambassadors represent some of the best Native students in the country. Recently, their outstanding accomplishments have brought even more attention to this stellar group of young leaders – as evidenced by these actions and awards
Education professionals working with Native American high school students can attend a free webinar on Monday, June 3 at 2 p.m. EDT, introducing Native Pathways: A College-Going Guidebook, a new, culturally relevant
American Indian College Fund Awards More Than $17K of “Think Indian” Grants to Support the Vibrancy of Native American Students Nationwide
The American Indian College Fund’s “Think Indian” Community Awareness program awarded seven non-profit, accredited colleges and universities with $2,500 grants to promote the vibrancy of Native American students, scholarship and communities.
Hello my name is Lisa Jackson. I am from the Spirit Lake Tribe and I attend Cankdeska Cikana Community College. I am the third oldest of 10 children, and I faced unique obstacles and challenges – many related to drugs and alcohol in my community.
Navajo Technical University Student Finds Opportunity at Grace Hopper Celebration Women’s Tech Conference
My name is Ariel Dolfin. I am a tribal college student at Navajo Technical University. Last year I was one of the eight American Indian College Fund Scholars who received scholarships to attend the country’s largest convening of women in tech, the Grace Hopper Celebration.
Leech Lake Tribal College students teamed up with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe in Minnesota to install a community solar garden to help residents as part of the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).