Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł (Have a beautiful day)

Full Circle Scholarship
The American Indian College Fund has been the nation’s largest charity supporting Native higher education for 31 years. The Full Circle Scholarship supports American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking technical, undergraduate and graduate degrees at tribal colleges and other nonprofit, accredited schools. 

Deadline to Apply is May 31st.

Who is Eligible to Apply:
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • A member or descendant of a state or federally recognized tribe
  • Must be enrolled as a full-time student with a 2.0 grade point average
What You Will Need to Apply:
  • Must create a student profile account
  • Provide a professional looking digital photo
  • Proof of tribal enrollment (or CIB), or your parent/grandparent’s enrollment with your birth certificate
  • Most recent high school or college transcript (official not needed) 
Parent/Public Meeting TONIGHT (4/13/21)
Nebo Title VI Formula Grant Public Meeting
April 13, 2020
8:00-9:00 pm
Via Zoom
Join Zoom Meeting
This meeting will provide an opportunity for Nebo Title VI American Indian parents and community to understand and make recommendations on the proposed Formula Grant project. We will discuss project objectives, activities, and financial obligations in Nebo Title VI Indian Education Formula grant. Please take this opportunity to participate in your child's education.
Medicine For Higher Education

"Medicine for Higher Education is a series for American Indian high school students, parents & their advisors. It will feature professional workshops, staff interviews and a student panels discussion, highlighting the importance of higher education, while embracing our indigeneity and culture.

The event will be kicked off on April 8, 2021 at 3:00 pm by our Speakers Forum. We will be having an open discussion with three influential American Indian community members. The forum will highlight each of the speaker’s personal academic and professional journey. This forum will be live and recorded to be viewed at a later date.

We welcome all K-12 students, their parents and advisors.

Our speakers will include:

Tessa Sayers (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa), Founder and Owner – Soul Curiosity
Cynthia Benally (Dine), Assistant Professor – University of Utah College of Education, Education, Culture & Society
Harold Foster (Dine), Education Specialist – Utah State Board of Education Title VI American Indian Education"

Join over zoom:
Meeting ID: 996 1138 9319
Passcode: 896300

"Join us on April 21st and 24th for a two part workshop to learn about the history of the hoop dance! Registration is open now and will close on April 9th!

Scan the QR Code to register or contact Eryon Greenburg at egreenburg @ iwic. org"



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To apply visit for more information. 

Please contact your Title VI Representative if you'd like to participate. 



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