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American Indian College Fund
5/6/16
The American Indian College Fund will create pathways to college for Native American youth to improve access to college, thanks to a $2.4 million grant from The Andrew W...
Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, thanks 1st Tribal Lending for its generous investment in Native education at the RES luncheon, March 21. College Fund board of trustee members Dawson Her Many Horses (left) and Lynn
Kristin Butler
3/22/16
1st Tribal Lending On Track to Donate $80K to Native Scholarships by End of 2016 "We would like to wrap you and thank 1st Tribal Lending for your generous investment in the future ...
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Leeanne Root
3/16/16
The American Indian College Fund will “ Stand With Native Students ,” announced President and CEO Cheryl Crazy Bull at the 2016 Flame of Hope Gala...
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Christina Rose
11/2/15
Tribal colleges face different challenges and a greater lack of resources than most other higher education institutions...
ICTMN Staff
9/4/15
Here we are with another installment of the 2015 50 Faces of Indian Country, a list of notable Indigenous people of Turtle Island...
ICTMN Staff
8/27/15
Indian Country Today Media Network has published its “50 Faces of Indian Country 2015” magazine, a first-ever celebration of the diversity and power of Native stars, athletes and l...
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Jonathan Wheelhouse
4/25/15
The American Indian College Fund held the second of three formal galas in Los Angeles, California on April 11, 2015 to continue the celebration of its 25-year anniversary, and rais...
Vincent Schilling
4/6/14
On April 2 the Department of the Interior announced that quarterly transfers of nearly $580,000 are set to begin this week to the American Indian College Fund...
Christina Rose
12/16/13
The American Indian College Fund will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2014...
ICTMN Staff
10/8/13
Tribal colleges are truly the brightest stars of our reservation communities...