Denver, CO | Saturdays, September 16th, October 7th and 14th, 10AM-2PM
View the event flyer HERE for additional information about registration, locations, times, and other related details. Note: The flyer is a revised version, which was posted September 14. 2017.
Phoenix, AZ – The Future Inspired Native American Leaders (FINAL) Youth Council held their first official meeting after inducting their newly elected officers. The meeting took place at the Phoenix Indian Center on August 24, 2017. Read More
September 5, 2017 | Tulalip Resort Casino | Tulalip, Washington
A one-of-a-kind event – the Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (YES!) is an initiative of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. YES! is designed for Native high school and college-aged students interested in business and entrepreneurship to hone their skills and learn more about what it takes to become successful in business. YES! events primarily take place as part of the NCAIED’s Reservation Economic Summit events.
Participants learn from accomplished entrepreneurs about the strategies, skills, and best practices that have helped them reach their business dreams. YES! events also give attendees an overview of some of the fundamentals important to achieving success in the business world. YES! is interactive, as participants are encouraged to ask questions of the participating American Indian business people who have “walked the walk” in the world of business and can mentor the next generation of emerging business leaders.
For more information, view/download YES! Flyer HERE.
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