Abbi Fitzpatrick Named Inaugural CNAY-Brown Scholar

A member of the Blackfeet Tribe (Amskapii Piikani) in Montana, Abbi Fitzpatrick grew up in a reservation border town near the “backbone of the world,” Glacier National Park. The seventeen-year-old dynamo is entering her senior year this fall at Cut Bank High School and dreams of someday attending an Ivy League university. She is both a driven student and an inspiring leader in her community, which led her to be awarded the inaugural CNAY-Brown Summer Program Scholarship
 

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Explore Our New Home Online and Share Your Feedback

     

Thanks to the generous support of the WK Kellogg Foundation, the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) recently launched its new home online at cnay.org.  

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CNAY and NIGA Co-host 2017 Gen-I Native Youth Summer Networking Reception

Thursday, July 20, 2017, Washington, D.C. — For the second consecutive summer, the Center for Native American Youth co-hosted the Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) Native Youth Summer Networking Reception to give Native youth working, interning, and visiting the DC-Maryland-Virginia area the chance to connect with each other and Native young professionals making their career in the nation’s capital. This year, CNAY partnered with the National Indian Gaming Association who provided the space to facilitate the networking event.  

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