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Rosen Hagood Community Service Scholarship

Opening Date: 04/17/2020 Deadline Date: 08/01/2020 This is a Scholarship opportunity, available for All Students. Location of Opportunity: National The Rosen Hagood Community Service Scholarship will award $1,000 to the student who best describes their experiences that demonstrate their commitment to community service and what role that experience with community service has played and will play in their academic career.

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Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. Law School Diversity Scholarship

Opening Date: 03/31/2020 Deadline Date: 10/01/2020 This is a Needs-Based Scholarship opportunity, available for All Students. Location of Opportunity: National The Law School Diversity Scholarship Program was created in 2013 as part of the law firm’s commitment to helping law students who are in need of financial assistance to achieve their academic and professional dreams. In order to

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Reuben Zendejas - Native American dance

Law School Hopeful Seeks to Give Voices to Those That Go Unheard

AIGC Scholar Ruben Zendejas- Omaha Tribe of Nebraska When Ruben Zendejas’s (Omaha Tribe of Nebraska) father first introduced him to traditional Native American dance, the young boy never fathomed the experience would plant dormant seeds, patiently awaiting their chance to grow. His father, a Tribal court judge of half-Omaha descent, wanted his son to connect

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AIGC Careers

We’re hiring a Mentoring Program Manager!

Are you looking for an impactful career? Apply online today! American Indian Graduate Center is seeking a talented individual for the role of Mentoring 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! Mentoring

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American Indian Graduate Center Scholars honored at national Native conference

American Indian Graduate Center Scholars honored at national Native conference Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Two scholars received REDW scholarships at Tribal Finance and Leadership Conference in Las Vegas Albuquerque, New Mexico – November 26, 2019 – Jessica Coriz (Pueblo of Ildefonso) and Jasmine Jishie (Navajo) were recognized

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Brittni Bisceglia October 2019 Undergraduate Student of the Month

October 2019 – Undergraduate

Brittni Biscelgia Durango, CO Cherokee Nation SPGSF-U Fort Lewis College Public Health GPA 4.0 Community Service In high school, I performed community service at Ward Wiseman Animal Haven, a no-kill animal shelter.  I began performing community service hours near Fort Lewis College during the summer of 2019 at Wolfwood Refuge in Ignacio, Colorado where I

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Kelly Cleveland AIGC October Graduate Student of the Month

October 2019 – Graduate

Kelly Cleveland Bloomfield, NMNavajo NationSpecial Higher Education Program, AIGC Graduate Named Scholarship Institute of American Indian ArtsCreative WritingGPA 4.0 Community Service Working with my hometown community of Hanaadli out on the checkerboard Navajo reservation to help implement better instructional practices and strategies to teachers, community members, and leaders. Working with fellow community artists on various

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American Indian Graduate Center alumni win executive board roles in National Congress of American Indians election

The National Congress of American Indians voted in three AIGC alumni to their leadership team. AIGC Alumnus, Aaron Payment AIGC Alumna, Fawn Sharp Clinton Lageson with Angelique Albert Albuquerque, New Mexico – October 28, 2019 – Three American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) alumni were elected to the National Congress of American Indians’ executive committee last

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THE AMERICAN INDIAN GRADUATE MAGAZINE FALL 2019

Download PDF Inside this issue: Message from the President Message from the Executive Director AIGC Impact Many Strong Hands Have Built AIGC’s 50-year Legacy Opportunities Abound: AIGC Scholars Set Sights on Leadership Goals Teaching the ‘Soft-Skills’ for STEM Leadership in Indian Country Manning Takes a (Shark) Bite Out of Life with Marine Studies Native American

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