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  • Terra Terra
    Red Lake Band of Chippewa
    Terra, a student at Leech Lake Tribal College (LLTC) in Minnesota, was selected as a Student Ambassador for NASA. A liberal education major with an emphasis in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math), she was recognized as one of NASA’s highest-performing interns. Terra represented NASA at education and outreach events at schools and universities to inspire other students to pursue STEM careers. Terra was the only student from a Minnesota college or university to receive this honor for 2011.
  • Terry  Terry
    Comanche Nation
    Terry (Comanche Nation), a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) graduate in the Department of Dramatic Writing at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and American Indian College Fund Mellon Fellow, had her work brought to the stage in the Words Afire! New Works Play Festival at the University of New Mexico Center for the Arts in Albuquerque.
  • Thomas Thomas
    Thomas says he always knew that school was his first goal in life. He wanted to go to college to build his knowledge and skills to ensure a successful life. His road to success included enrolling in advanced classes throughout his academic career, and winning numerous awards and scholarships. He earned his first certificate in heavy equipment at Blackfeet Community College (BCC) and plans to earn his associate's degree in business there.
  • Sunny  Walker-Guillory Sunny Walker-Guillory
    Standing Rock Sioux
    Sunny: From Student to Teacher

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