Take the Gen-I Survey for a Chance to Win!

The Center for Native American Youth is pleased to announce the launch of the second annual Gen-I Survey. This fifteen-minute online survey asks self-identified Indigenous youth between the ages of 18 and 24 years old to tell us about challenges, strengths, and existing or missing resources in their communities. Youth respondents who complete Parts 1 and 2 of the survey before October 27 are eligible to win a prize prize for their participation, including Nike N7 gear and CNAY swag.
 

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Gen-I STEM Pledge Strengthens Supports for Native Youth in Sciences

Friday, September 22, 2017, Denver, CO This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), and to celebrate this momentous year, AISES has partnered with the Center for Native American Youth and We Are Healers to strengthen supports for Native youth interested in or studying STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Together, the three organizations launched the Gen-I STEM Pledge, a version of the Gen-I Native Youth Challenge aimed at Native youth and professionals looking and willing to support each other in the fields of science, engineering, health, and other related fields.
 

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9/20 Gen-I NOW: Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the Obama Foundation Summit.  

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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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