A new commission that will study issues affecting Native youth has its first members.
President Barack Obama named Anita Fineday, a citizen of the White Earth Nation, and Russ McDonald, a citizen of the Spirit Lake Nation, to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children.
The San Carlos Apache College, a newly forming tribal college in Arizona, and Tohono O’odham Community College signed an historic agreement to form a partnership.
A member of California’s Yurok Tribe and a senior at the Northwest Indian College (NWIC) on the Lummi Reservation in Washington, Brooks has a dream of becoming the first federally recognized Native American woman to go into space.
The University of Montana and Blackfeet Community College are vastly different institutions in size and mission. Yet both in their own way try to create a welcoming environment for Native American students that helps them to succeed.
In his first full week in office, Gov. Doug Burgum held meetings with North Dakota Native American tribes in what he calls an effort to understand the unique challenges and circumstances of the state’s tribal communities.
Alaska Pacific University announced on Monday that it had entered into a partnership with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and would move forward with plans to transition from a small,
Sitting Bull College has paved the way for master’s degree programs at North Dakota tribal colleges.
The American Indian College Fund has joined forces with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to help alleviate financial barriers to college for teen Club members. The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) will be supporting Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s nationwide initiative to secure scholarships and postsecondary success for Club teens.