The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) is partnering with UNITY to offer a business plan competition. The winners will be announced at the National UNITY Virtual Conference.
WHAT DO THE WINNING TEAMS WIN?
1st Place $3,000.00 plus 3 complimentary registrations to 2021 National UNITY Conference!
2nd Place $2,000.00 plus 3 complimentary registrations to 2021 National UNITY Conference!
3rd Place $1,000.00 plus 3 complimentary registrations to 2021 National UNITY Conference!
Full Circle Scholarship is OPEN!
The application is now open for the College Fund’s Full Circle Scholarship for Native students. CLICK HERE to learn more about this fantastic opportunity and apply! Share with your friends at www.collegefund.org/scholarships.
Visit the College Fund’s Student Resources pages to explore these and many more opportunities.
The UNITY Earth Ambassadors know that the time to address Climate Change is Now. Our people have always been earth protectors and caretakers. What better way to revitalize our cultural environmental teaching than on the 50th Anniversary of National Earth Day! Your Earth Ambassadors passed a Resolution for the NUC each host a UNITY Day collectively celebrating Earth Day together this April 22, 2020! Learn more about UNITY Incentives for Youth Council and Individuals, contest details and project ideas amid social distancing.
On Friday, February 21st, 2020, UNITY moderated an online forum to discuss scholarship and student opportunities. With so many native students looking for available scholarships, UNITY partnered with the American Indian College Fund, American Indian Graduate Center, American Indian Science & Engineering Society and Cobell Scholarship, to bring the discussion to one place. In case you missed it, you can catch the Native Scholarship Forum here, where it is available to watch on UNITY’s youtube channel.
$30,000 in Prize Awards Announced for Native Youth Business Plan Competition at RES 2020
Application Deadline January 8, 2020
Every year, 17 exceptional high school juniors and an educator from each school are selected as Bezos Scholars. Scholars are chosen from across the U.S. and the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. After spending a week immersed in learning at the Aspen Ideas Festival, Scholars return home and develop a community change project to make a positive difference in their communities. Once selected, Scholars join a global alumni network where they are offered opportunities to connect, collaborate, get inspired, and take action for the greater good. Read More