Tag: American Indian College Fund
Joaquin Ray Gallegos
Joaquin Ray Gallegos, from the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Pueblo of Santa Ana, was raised to be a connection-maker. Read about his successes here
Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund tells Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg that “education is the answer.”
Tribal college president Dr. Cynthia Lindquist co-authored a book on overcoming educational racism.
The American Indian College Fund recently gathered educators to discuss the role of indigenous knowledge in education curriculums.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is promising not to slash land acquisitions on behalf of tribes as part of the recently released Trump budget.
Each year Navajo Technical University confers more baccalaureate degrees; this year, 18 were conferred across eight of its 10 bachelor degree programs.
Tanya H. Lee
The tuition waiver program at United Tribes Technical College has been a boon to the college, which has seen increased enrollment, and helpful to Native American students.
Pendleton has introduced the newest blanket in the American Indian College Fund series; it honors the Hopi Tribe, and sales benefit Native American students.
The American Indian College Fund raised $119,520 at its New York City Flame of Hope Gala to help Native American students achieve their educational goals.
Tribal colleges and universities (TCU) are trying to make sure their unique needs receive attention and make progress under Donald Trump’s administration.
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