The Native American Journalists Association is committed to increasing the representation of Native journalists in mainstream media. NAJA supports and empowers members through annual scholarship opportunities for high school, college and graduate students. Each year, NAJA offers annual scholarships ranging from $500-$2,000 to Native American students pursuing journalism degrees at a higher learning institutions.
Visit the Native American Journalist Association web site for additional information and an online application.
Research conducted by the National Alliance on Mental Illness shows that one in four students on college campuses is affected by mental illness. In an effort to raise awareness, our education experts at BestColleges.com have published a mental health guide (The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students) for college students. The guide’s purpose is to help identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students – and where and when to seek help. The guide includes:
We know that culture plays an important role in maintaining and improving our community’s health. Whether it’s hitting the powwow trail or pulling in canoe journey, summer is a great time to connect with your culture. Encourage youth you know to get involved in cultural activities and share their experience by entering this month’s We R Native contest. Read More
The 2017 NativeVision Sports and Lifeskills Camp
will take place on June 15-17, 2017 in Whiteriver, Arizona
NativeVision is a unique national youth enrichment and empowerment initiative for American Indian children, operated by the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health. Launched in 1996 in partnership with the NFL Players Association and the Nick Lowery Charitable Foundation, more than 40,000 Native youth and tribal community members from dozens of tribes across the country have been reached. Read More
Are you looking for a summer job that can lead to a career? Do you like the outdoors?
Don’t miss out on these great internships with the Forest Service!
Applications OPEN April 6, 2017 – CLOSE April 12, 2017, by 8:59pm
PST (11:59 EST)
Important: view the link above to access the online applications when they become available April 6 and for more information.
GBAM Diversity Campus Recruitment has launched their recruiting process for the 2016-2017 Bank of America Merrill Lynch MBA Diversity Fellowship Program. The Bank of America Merrill Lynch MBA Diversity Fellowship Program will award merit-based fellowships to Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, military veterans, LGBT, students with disabilities and women entering business school in Fall 2016.
UNITY, in partnership with the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation, is now taking application for the 2016 Nation Building for Native Youth (NBNY) taking place Friday May 6 through Sunday May 8, 2016 at UNITY headquarters in Mesa, Arizona.
There are a limited number of scholarships available for this unique and exciting event. NBNY’s emphasis and focus is on your Future in Championship Advocacy and Problem Solving in Indian Country! Former UNITY Co-Presidents and leaders Josh Tso, J’shon Lee, Jared Ivins-Massey and many others have been outstanding participants and, later, peer leaders for NBNY. Read More