Gen-I is Going Live!

In 2014, President Obama launched Generation Indigenous—an all-hands initiative by government, businesses, and other sectors to do everything they can to strengthen resources and support for Native American youth. Since then, Native youth across the country have taken the President’s call to action and turned Gen-I into a movement. 

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CNAY Staff Attends 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference

March 25, 2017. Washington, DC. -- The annual National Technology Conference convenes over 2,000 nonprofit professionals from across the country to share best practices for using technology to advance the mission of their respective organizations.  

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Higher Education at a Crossroads: #NextAmerica Event with AtlanticLIVE

On March 22, 2017, Center for Native American Youth staff attended an event at the Newseum hosted by AtlanticLIVE on the new administration's take on higher education and how it will impact states. 

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Submit Your Short Films to Trinity Film Festival

Waqaa! Hello in the Yup'ik language! This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about Trinity Film Festival (TFF), a national platform for undergraduate filmmakers to exhibit their work to the widest possible audience of peers, professionals, and local audiences.  

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