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Institutional Impact Articles

Structure and Characteristics for Successful Outcomes: A Review of Community College Internships Programs

The dynamic and emerging job market present a challenge to education and preparation of traditional degree-seeking students as education rarely keep steps with skills required by employers. Internships, or work-based learning, are a way to facilitate the transition from classroom learning to practical application and skill development.

Creating visibility and healthy learning environments for Native Americans in higher education: Declaration of Native purpose in higher education.

The Indigenous Higher Education Equity Initiative attendees generated a Declaration of Native Purpose in Higher Education to assist higher education institutions in ensuring the access, visibility, and success of Native American students on their campuses

The ecology of the sacred circle and the role of tribal colleges and universities

Indigenous education and philosophy are rooted in the concept of relationality – the relatedness of all things – within the framework of place-based experiences and knowledge. This article focuses on tribal colleges and universities

Cangleska Wakan: The ecology of the sacred circle and the role of tribal colleges and universities

This article focuses on tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) in the United States – in particular, on their dedication to land use and preservation, sustainability and tribal ecological knowledge within their missions of cultural preservation, academic and career development, and community engagement. TCUs are post-secondary institutions chartered by their respective tribal governments to serve as the higher education institutions of the Tribe.