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Indigenous Visionary Tammy Martin Interviews Expert Weaver

Tammy Martin, a member of the American Indian College Fund’s Indigenous Visionaries program, interviewed a fellow community member and Navajo weaver, Gloria Begay, about how her craft helped her as a Navajo woman. In their conversation Begay shared how weaving was a...

Tohono O’odham Community College’s First Student to Complete the College Credit Pathway for High School Equivalency

TOCC recently had its first student complete the CCP. Monique started the GED program in the summer of 2018. Monique had dropped out of high school three years earlier and says the bad learning environment made it difficult to care about her education.

Celebrate National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week!

The American Indian College Fund is excited to share that the U.S. Congress designated the week beginning February 28, 2021 as National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week. The College Fund serves the 35 accredited higher education institutions located on more than 70 campuses in 13 states across the nation, providing them with programmatic and infrastructure support.

Advocate for Native Representation in Education and Support Deb Haaland’s Confirmation as Secretary of Interior

Tell all U.S. senators that Representative Deb Haaland has the experience and leadership we need at the U.S. Department of Interior. The American Indian College Fund is joining allied Native organizations to advocate for Haaland’s confirmation as part of #DebForInterior Week of Action from Monday, February 22 to Wednesday, February 24. Join us during the #DebForInterior Week of Action to generate a groundswell of public awareness and support for Congresswoman Haaland for her confirmation.

Our Students Give Me Hope

|  2021 E-NEWSLETTER  |  VOLUME 21, ISSUE 1  | Circle of Hope Our Students Give Me Hope And today I need it – I write...

U.S. Takes Historic Steps Towards Greater Equity

U.S. Takes Historic Steps Towards Greater Equity

At the American Indian College Fund, we will continue our work to provide equitable access to a higher education for every Native American who wants one, while reinforcing the importance of civic education and engagement. We want and need more of our graduates at the table, representing our communities, so that every Native child can fulfill their dream—and Dr. King’s.

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