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Speakers announced for College Readiness Program on April 10

American Indian Graduate Center is pleased to share two exciting speakers, Sara Barnett Nsakashalo and Antonia Belindo, for the College Readiness Program on Saturday, April 10 from 1 to 4 PM CT. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear them share their advice and strategies for Native students to excel on their college campuses. Featuring college prep and

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#OurWorkIsNotDone – A letter from our Executive Director

It was a year ago that American Indian Graduate Center made the decision to convert our office to a remote work space to slow the spread of COVID-19. It was a year ago that we started practicing social distancing. It was a year ago that our world fundamentally changed. While I believe many of us

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Running toward her goals: Whitworth student Madelyn Buckley, 18, is named to Native American academic team

By Treva Lind/ February 22, 2021 The Spokesman Review covers American Indian Graduate Center’s All Native American High School Academic Team Honoree Whitworth University student Madelyn Buckley, 18, pictured here on campus on Wednesday, is on the track and cross country teams. Buckley, who is registered with the Nome Eskimo Community, was recently named to the American

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American Indian Graduate Center names 2020 REDW Native American Scholars

Two scholars recognized for academic achievements in accounting and finance American Indian Graduate Center Scholars Isabel Yasana Hawley (Klamath Tribes) and Christian Hopkins (Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island) were named REDW Native American Scholars for the 2020-2021 academic year.  “We are proud to be a part of Isabel and Christian’s educational journeys,” said Angelique

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American Indian Graduate Center names All Native American High School Academic Team

High School Seniors Honored on 2020 Academic Team Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 10, 2021 – Ten high school students were selected as members of American Indian Graduate Center’s 2020 All Native American High School Academic Team, an annual cohort of students who have displayed an outstanding original academic, artistic or leadership endeavor.  “This year’s

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AIGC Careers

Seeking a Program Manager – Apply Today!

American Indian Graduate Center is seeking a talented individual for the role of Rising Native Graduates Program Manager to join our team and help us empower Native students pursuing higher education. Sound like the job for you? Please visit our careers page for more information and apply today! Program Manager Position Summary Under direct supervision of the Director

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AIGC Careers

Seeking a Chief Operating Officer – Apply Today!

American Indian Graduate Center is seeking a talented individual for the role of Chief Operating Officer to join our team and help us empower Native students pursuing higher education. Sound like the job for you? Please visit NPAG’s candidate portal for more information and apply today! POSITION SUMMARY In support of its mission, American Indian Graduate Center

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Seeking Contract Grant Writer

American Indian Graduate Center is seeking a talented individual for the role of Contract Grant Writer to help us empower Native students pursuing higher education. Sound like the opportunity for you? Please check out the Request for Proposal for more information. Submit a proposal today! DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT The description of the project is as

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Sara Barnett Nsakashalo - Tools for Navigating Higher Education

Tools for Navigating Higher Education

By: Jeanna Ford, AIGC Alumna There is little argument education is crucial to Native self-determination and preservation. Graduating high school and pursuing higher education is an event celebrated across Tribes, cultures and generations. However, the shift from home life to a university can lead to cultural shock, feelings of being overwhelmed and even feelings of

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