Blog Articles

Deb Haaland Confirmed as U.S. Secretary of Interior

Deb Haaland will be a leader of the U.S. Department of Interior for all of America. But as an Indigenous woman who lives her identity, she will honor our ancestors and while making decisions about future generations of Indian people as a visible part of all of America.

More than 100 College Fund Scholarships Pave Way to College

The American Indian College Fund’s approach to eliminating financial barriers to college for Native students is featured on cardrate.com. David Bledsoe, Student Engagement and Communications Manager at the College Fund, speaks about the Full Circle Scholarship Program (accepting applications until May 31 at collegefund.org/scholarships) and career readiness programs the College Fund offers.

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.