CNAY-Brown Summer Scholarship for Native High School Students

       
 

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5/1 Gen-I NOW: Friends Committee on National Legislation's Congressional Advocate for Native American Policy

 

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REPORT: Native Youth Voter Engagement Strategies

                       

 

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4/17 Gen-I NOW: 7th Annual Pathkeepers Native Youth Leadership Camp

Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge will host the 7th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp from Sunday, July 14, 2019 thru Sunday, July 21, 2019. The camp will be held at a horse farm in Culpeper, Virginia, which is about 70 miles southwest of Washington, D.C.

The camp will provide Native youth with opportunities to experience traditional and cultural activities, identify healthy and sustainable food and life choices, and understand how environmental and conservation sciences are reflected in our Native cultural knowledge and in our traditional uses of environmental resources. The camp will include a field trip to Washington, D.C. to tour and meet with federal agencies, Congressional staff, and White House officials related to Indian Affairs.

There is no fee to attend the camp. If parents or tribal communities can contribute, we ask for a donation of $100-$500 if your child is accepted to camp. There is a $10 application fee per youth. Pathkeepers will cover the costs of all meals, lodging, transportation during the Camp and supplies. Travel to and from the camp is not included.

 

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