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CNAY Scholar Maria Walker Spends Summer at Columbia University

The Center for Native American partnered with Columbia University to offer a full tuition scholarship for one Native student to attend the Columbia Summer Program. The program enables students to choose a field of study and explore the topic in-depth for six weeks on campus. This year’s CNAY-Columbia scholar was Maria Walker, a high school junior from […]

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Generation Indigenous Native Education Ideas Competition

Every Native student deserves a high-quality education and Native youth themselves are the experts when it comes to improving our education system. That’s why the Center for Native American Youth and National Indian Education Association have teamed up to launch the Gen-I Native Ed Ideas Competition. This online ideas contest is an opportunity to showcase your ingenuity in addressing the biggest […]

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Darius Sparks Ignites Change through Native Youth Basketball Camps

Darius Sparks (Standing Rock Sioux) is a Gen-I Ambassador who partnered with the Sacred Pipe Resource Center in Bismarck, ND, to obtain a Dreamstarter grant from the Billy Mills Running Strong for American Indian Youth Foundation. The grant was used to provide basketball camps utilizing Lakota and Dakota values for at-risk youth and youth in foster care. Click here to read more about […]

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