Over the weekend the American Indian College Fund held two events at the AIHEC Student Conference. On Saturday night the 33 American Indian College Fund Students of the Year (SOY) were recognized. Also honored was Dr. Verna Fowler (President of College of Menominee Nation) as the TCU President…Read More
If you are a student attending the AIHEC conference in South Dakota, be sure to stop by the American Indian College Fund’s booth to learn about how to apply for scholarships. American Indian College Fund staffer Jaime Aguilar will also be on hand to gather stories about your experiences…Read More
We are looking for students to blog this summer about their internship experiences. Blogs would be for the duration of the internship, and should include first-person experiences and photographs. We will pay you for your blogs. For more information about this opportunity, please contact Dina…Read More
The Kony 2012 video, created by the nonprofit fundraising group Invisible Children, has touched a nerve with millions of people around the globe. The video proves that fundraising has entered the era of social media. But as with any other form of fundraising, non-profit organizations need to be…Read More
Did you know that 16 of our 33 accredited tribal college presidents are women? These warriors are on the front lines in Indian Country, helping to provide hope, guidance, and inspiration to our young people in their fight against poverty and they honor us every day with their sacred work. We’d…Read More
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