Save the Date! Meet the Champions on February 13

Hear the inspiring stories that led Damien, Isabel, Shawna, EllaMae, and Anthony to be named 2018 Champions for Change. Collectively, these five Native American youth leaders are working to connect Native youth with the healing power of tribal lands, reintegrate formerly incarcerated Native Americans, advocate for Native youth in foster care, revitalize Native languages, and eliminate race-based mascots.  

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CNAY Announces 2018 Champions for Change

Washington, DC, January 11, 2018 -- The Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) will celebrate its sixth cohort of CNAY Champions for Change through a series of recognition events in Washington, DC, next month. The 2018 Champions include Damien Carlos (Tohono O’odham Nation), Isabel Coronado (Muscogee Creek Nation), Shawna Garza (Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma), EllaMae Looney (Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation), and Anthony Tamez (Wuskwi Sipihk First Nations Cree and Sicangu Lakota).
 

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Matthew Richardson Receives Gen-I Survey Grand Prize

Matthew Richardson is 21 years old and a citizen of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe. Matthew participated in the 2017 Gen-I Survey to bring awareness to Native cultures, tribes, and youth organizations in his home state of North Carolina.  

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11/29 Gen-I NOW: Get Paid to Work in Energy! Intern with the BPA

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about an internship with Bonneville Power Administration (BPA).  

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