Tag Archives: Native youth
PWNA hosted the sixth annual Native Youth Know (NYK) Forum, a special initiative for young people… more than 140 Native American youth came to the Capitol to voice their concerns, challenges and opportunities to make changes in their communities.
As part of our annual Backpack Drive, we hope to equip more than 20,000 Native American students with the school supplies they need to feel confident in the classroom.
Amanda, a certified K-12 school counselor on the Pine Ridge Reservation knows firsthand that providing school supplies to students, such as those provided by PWNA, not only reduces stress for her students’ families but also for teaching staff.
Look at ways we can inspire acts of kindness in others, and how those acts of kindness can also benefit the Native American reservations we serve.
The rate of suicide among American Indians/Alaskan Natives aged 15-34 is 2.5 times higher than the national average.
Today at Arizona’s Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day, five talented and energized youth groups are presenting how they are going to make their communities safer and healthier. With the “Native Youth Know” partnership standing behind them, the five youth groups will receive the funding and support to make that possible. The Native Youth Know […]
We have written recently about NRC’s work with Native communities around the holidays. Now that tens of thousands of Christmas stockings and holiday meals have placed, we are taking a breather to reflect on what has been accomplished and learned in 2014. We are pleased and humbled that hundreds of partner agencies on reservations asked […]
Since we’ve been writing about education and college for American Indian students, I wanted to share this thank you letter from one of our AIEF scholarship students… We have since learned that this student applied to and was accepted by 6 different Ph.D. programs. We have said that NRC believes education is the key to long-term sustainable solutions in Indian country. Education and support is […]