The United Tribes Powwow is one of the premier cultural events in North Dakota, attracting visitors from around the nation and abroad. Represented among the participants are over 70 tribes, featuring upwards of 1,000 dancers and drummers and drawing 15,000 spectators.
American Indian College Fund Summer 2012 Board Meeting, Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel, Denver, CO
American Indian College Fund Full Circle Scholarship deadline.
American Indian College Fund Board Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Navajo Technical College.
Woksape Oyate project participants only-summative project reports due.
Coca Cola Scholars Recognition Banquet –Time to be determined; Best Western Ramkota Hotel, Rapid City, South Dakota
Best Western Ramkota Hotel, Rapid City, South Dakota
Deadline for nominations for the American Indian College Fund Tribal College and University Faculty Member of the Year
Embrey American Indian Womens’ Leadership Retreat, Denver, Colorado. Embrey cohort participants only.
Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz, Ed.D., will present a conference session on the Wakanyeja “Sacred Little Ones” Early Childhood Education Initiative from the American Indian College Fund, in Albuquerque, NM.
The presentation will be co-sponsored by Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute – one of the tribal college grantees.