PHOENIX (May 1, 2018) – At the close of its annual leadership conference, American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) honored its founding members on Saturday, April 28, 2018 by creating the AIBL Founders Scholarship. The endowment was established to honor Dave Archambault, Dr. Joe McDonald and Dr. Larry Gianchetta for their 24 years of dedication to empowering tribal business students.
News and Announcements
Angelique Albert appointed to My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Advisory Council
AIGC Executive Director joins business, academic leaders on Obama Foundation Initiative
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (March 28, 2018) – My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, an initiative of the Obama Foundation, has announced its new Advisory Council with the appointment of five new members including Angelique Albert,
- President’s Message
- A Message from the Executive Director
- 9th Annual AIGC Reception
- From GED to Graduate Degree
- It’s Okay to Cry and Ask for Help
- And more…
August 3, 2017
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American Indian Graduate Center Board President Nationally Recognized
Holly Cook Macarro Honored at Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations (WEWIN)
Isleta Pueblo, NM – August 3,
Holly Cook Macarro Will Lead National Native Scholarship Organization
Photo, left to right: Holly Cook Macarro & Rose Graham.
Albuquerque, NM – May 30, 2017 – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) recently elected Holly Cook Macarro (Red Lake Band of Ojibwe) President of the organization’s Board of Directors.
Cook Macarro is a graduate of the University of North Dakota with BBA and University of St.
Angelique Albert, Joins National Native Scholarship Organization
Albuquerque, NM – February 2, 2017 – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), is pleased to announce and welcome Angelique Albert (Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes) as the new executive director.
AIGC is embarking on a 50-year legacy of providing higher education scholarships and services to Indian students.
Albuquerque, NM – January 5, 2017 – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), a non-profit organization embarking on a 50-year legacy of scholarships to Indian students welcomes Ernie L. Stevens Jr. (Oneida Nation) to the Board of Directors.
Recently AIGC’s very own, Josh Lucio (Pueblo of Zuni), was recognized by University of Arizona, American Indian Alumni Club for his exemplary special contributions to Indian education. Josh is the Program Associate for Scholarships and Programs.
Sara LaBarge (Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin), Academic Advisor for the AIGC Scholars was named one of forty emerging leaders under 40 in Indian Country by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED).
- President’s Message
- A Message from the Director
- Fracturing Families
- Indigenous Language Revitalization
- Achieving through Healing, Hozho
- Gates Millennium Scholars
- AIGC Installs New Board Leadership
- And more…
Board of Directors at Native Scholarship Organization Represent a Breadth of Expertise.
Albuquerque, NM – August 8, 2016 – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving cultural and economic wellbeing for individuals and tribes through graduate education, recently announced the installment of its newest board leadership – Rose Graham (Diné) as Board President,