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Offers a 10-week, fully-paid summer internship program for college juniors or seniors, grad or law students, or recent college graduates with a career commitment to Native American issues. Interns work in Congressional or agency offices.

Awards $20,000 over 4 years to a Native American student attending the University of South Dakota.

Contact:
  • Institute of American Indian Studies
    Dakota Hall Room 17
    University of South Dakota
  • 414 E. Clark St.
    Vermillion, SD 57069
  • Phone: 605-677-5208
  • Email: iais@usd.edu

(UNITY) Helps Native youth organize to make a difference in the areas of community service, heritage, healthy lifestyles and the environment. Youth Council toolkits are available to those wishing to start youth councils.

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(USDA) Offers internships and scholarships to students seeking careers in food, agriculture, and natural resource sciences, and/or other related disciplines (USDA/1994 Tribal Scholars Program).

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University of Arizona, American Indian Studies

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Housed in U of Arizona Law School. Leader in the field of American Indian and indigenous peoples law, policy, and human rights. Arizona Law is the only law school in the world offering all three graduate degrees in the field (JD, LLM, and SJD), a Master of Legal Studies (MLS), and a Master of Professional Studies (MPS) with a concentration in indigenous peoples' law and policy. Also offers scholarships.

Contact:
  • University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program
  • P.O. Box 210176
    Tuscon, AZ 85721-0176