Monthly Archives: January 2008

Celebrating Our Diverse Heritage

Today marks the national observation of Martin Luther King Day. The American Indian College Fund is closed to observe the life of this great leader, but I wanted to write to commemorate not just the life of King, but the life of all great leaders, including our American Indian leaders, who have worked hard to [...]

Reflections on Change

In today’s world an education is necessary more than ever. The economy is global, competition for jobs comes from outside our country’s borders, and nothing is certain. The same is true in Indian country. For our people to survive and flourish, we need to educate our next generation of leaders. Our people need to be [...]

Resolving to Make A Difference

If you resolved to make a difference in the world around you, to help others to achieve their education goals and succeed, then the American Indian College Fund is an organization suited to your giving style. The American Indian College Fund is the oldest nonprofit in the country dedicated to providing scholarship assistance to American [...]