Tag Archives: American Indian education
It’s December 25, 2014. Across the globe families have gathered and gifts have been exchanged in celebration of the Christmas holiday. Resolutions are quickly being made while there is still time. With the end of one year and the beginning of another soon upon us, there is no better way to conclude our Native Americans […]
Native American students face many obstacles in achieving an education.
National Relief Charities sends a holiday stocking to each of the AIEF scholars and their children under 10 years old each holiday season to help them feel connected while at college.
Federal shutdown impacts tribes already hard hit by sequestration, budget cuts, and underfunding of treaty obligaitons.
National Relief Charities thanks Merck, Phoenix Suns, Sky City Casino, Kids in Need, LDS Humanitarian Services, International Aid, and Matthew:25 for donating school supplies for American Indian kids.
It’s scholarship time! Kelly mentioned that National Relief Charities’ education program supports American Indian education through scholarships, scholastic resources, and more. Here is a list of tips and resources to help American Indian students who are thinking about college or seeking out scholarships: This website includes information on everything from initially looking at colleges to preparing applications and […]