In a nearly packed room at the center of many things Pueblo, more than a half dozen of New Mexico’s Tribal and Democratic leaders stood up spouting out positives about one of their own.
News and Announcements
Franklin “Hud” Louis Oberly Jr joins the Center for Native Scholarships Albuquerque— 07/01/19 — The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) is proud to welcome Franklin “Hud” Oberly Jr. to its Board of Directors. “As we work to help educate the future leaders in Indian Country, we must involve its current bright and shining leaders as
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 3, 2019) – UNITY (the United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.), an organization started to serve the leadership needs of American Indian and Alaska Native youth. UNITY and the American Indian Graduate Center have partnered to offer the Golda Cook scholarship program to UNITY members who are enrolling or currently enrolled in
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (May 21, 2019) – The American Indian Graduate Center is pleased to announce and welcome Dr. Corey Still (United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians) as the new Director of Scholarship Operations. “AIGC is honored to have Dr. Still join our team as we embark on celebrating our 50-year legacy. The greatest part
Marketing Coordinator Under direct supervision of the Marketing Director, supports the development and execution of AIGC’s overall Comprehensive Marketing Plan. Including managing AIGC social media outlets, using analytics to optimize digital activities, and designing external communications. Qualifications A strong candidate will have experience using various social media platforms and web integration tools. Demonstrated expertise
AIGC Celebrates 2018 Students of the Year at National Indian Gaming Association Tradeshow and Convention
The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) has announced its selections for the Student of the Year Making the Grad campaign designed to showcase elite scholars. Shandiin Herrera (Undergraduate) and Jade Herman (Graduate) were selected as AIGC 2018 Students of the Year. “The Student of the Year Awards call for excellent academic achievement, leadership ability, and
American Indian Graduate Center and REDW, accounting and business consulting firm, to partner for Accounting Scholarships for Native American students. ALBUQUERQUE, NM (February 21, 2019) – REDW LLC, one of the southwest’s largest accounting and business consulting firms, has partnered with the American Indian Graduate Center to implement a scholarship program investing in higher education
(Albuquerque, New Mexico—February 6, 2018)—The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) has partnered with the California Nations Indian Gaming Association to administer an annual scholarship. The CNIGA Seven Generations Scholarship Fund will award a $2,000 scholarship to an undergraduate or graduate student in California pursuing a degree in gaming, hospitality management, public policy, or public administration.
Wells Fargo Foundation to Provide Nearly $13 Million to Nonprofits Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Funding to address critical needs in Indian Country, including homeownership, economic development and energy sovereignty Denver – February 5, 2019 – To support greater economic empowerment in tribal communities, the Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded nearly $13 million to nonprofits supporting American Indian and Alaska Native communities as part of a five-year, $50 million commitment
The new brand honors AIGC’s 50-year legacy of leadership in providing scholarships to Native students and celebrates its next 50 years of empowering students and investing in academic dreams throughout Indian Country. The logo, whose design represents an eagle feather fan with supporting features, while subtly implying a book and pen, and the upward movement