Jazmine Wildcat Talks Gun Control with Teen Vogue

JAZMINE WILDCAT, 14  

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Meet Jaimie Cruz, 2018 Gen-I Career Success Fellow

Jaimie Cruz, Squaxin Island Tribe
25 years old
Hometown: Kamilche, WA
 

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CNAY Community Outreach in North Dakota

The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute (CNAY) is excited to partner with the Mandan Hidatsa & Arikara (MHA) Nation on creating and supporting a local youth recognition program modeled after CNAY’s Champions for Change. Back in February, MHA Education Department staff accompanied two of their youth leaders to DC during CNAY’s “Champ Week” to shadow the Champions for Change at their leadership trainings and recognition events. In March, CNAY had the privilege and pleasure of visiting tribal communities in North Dakota to learn more about our partners. 

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Gen-I Ambassadors Discuss Career Pathways in Medicine at AAP Events

As part of our commitment to strengthen career opportunities for Native youth, CNAY partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to provide a platform for Native youth at AAP's events in Washington, DC.  

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