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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.
If you’re a Native American student or know of a deserving applicant, we encourage you to learn more by reviewing our scholarship applications.
In this country, New Year’s is a time of reflection and resolution — a time of promises we make to ourselves about a better future. Yet, much of what we resolve to do, and even take for granted, actually represents real and difficult challenges faced 365 days a year on the reservations served by Partnership […]
“Let us put our minds together to see what we can build for our children,” urged Chief Sitting Bull. It is a common goal of parents – to provide a ‘better’ life for their children, with less hardship and more opportunity. Unfortunately, Native American youth face many obstacles to realize success in our modern society, […]
In the midst of the hot, long summer days when children are free from classrooms, school is often the last thing on everyone’s minds. And unfortunately, that thinking can bleed into the school year, as many youth do not see postsecondary education (or college) as a realistic goal. Seemingly, nor should they, based on the […]
When it comes to the United States, it is mostly understood that Native Americans were here first. Before it was recorded by the likes of Elvis, Barbara Streisand and Cher, Until It’s Time for You to Go was recorded first by a Native American: Buffy Sainte-Marie. Cree singer-songwriter, Buffy Sainte-Marie, was breaking ground in the […]
The American Indian Education Foundation scholarship is available for Native American students and the deadline is April 4, 2013.
Addressing the myth and misconception of a free ride to college for Native American students.
Up Heartbreak Hill is a Native American teen documentary about the struggles that they face.
AIEF provides not only scholarships for Native American college students, but also mentors and provides resources for them to stay in school.