Gen-I NOW: AISES National Conference Travel Scholarships

 

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The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) sustains 189 chartered college and university chapters, 15 professional chapters, and 158 affiliated K-12 schools supporting American Indian students in the critically needed disciplines of STEM.

Attendance will allow students to explore the role of STEM in meeting the challenges of a global society and expand the experience and leadership opportunities of young professionals in STEM. Scholarships will cover the costs of conference registration fees, economy class round-trip airfare, and lodging. Some conference meals will be provided as part of the registration. Students who are awarded a travel scholarship will travel on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 and departure on Sunday, October 13, 2019.

RSVP for the 2019 Summer Networking Reception

Save the date and RSVP for the 4th annual Gen-I Native Youth Summer Networking Reception.  

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CNAY's Josie Raphaelito Shares Her Experience as an LGBTQ2S & Public Health Advocate

Josie Raphaelito, MPH, is a passionate advocate for tribal public health. She has six years of experience building relationships with Tribal Nations and citizens through community engagement and providing tools to elevate local perspectives of strengths and challenges into national discussions for change in Washington, DC. Josie currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Center for Native American Youth. Read Josie's bio here  

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Gen-I NOW: DC Interns Guide

The Indigenous Intern's Guide to Washington, D.C. includes advice, a map of Native organizations, a listing of other D.C. Native intern programs, and information about free events throughout the summer. 

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