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#FreshTracksAction Midwest Leadership Training

#FreshTracksAction is coming to the Midwest! Full scholarships are available for eligible 18-25 year old #NativeYouth in the Midwest region of the US interested in creating change in their communities. The training will be held August 10-12 in Chicago, Illinois. Registration is due August 3rd! LEARN MORE

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DEADLINE 23-Jul-2018

#PATHFORWARD Town Hall on Opioids

Speaking opportunity, social media campaign, and more. LEARN MORE

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2018 Elders & Youth Conference

First Alaskans Institute’s 35th Annual Elders & Youth Conference – October 14-17, 2018 in Anchorage, Alaska LEARN MORE

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2018 Gen-I Career Success Fellowship

The Gen-I Career Success Fellowship provides funding to qualified and highly motivated Native youth to attend the Gen-I Career Leadership Summit and NAFOA Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA from April 22- 24, 2018. Fellows will take part in seminars led by top executives, managers, and tribal leaders who will help them advance their new skill set and prepare them for the job market. Fellows will also learn about innovative tribal enterprises and the unique products being created in Indian Country. LEARN MORE

DEADLINE 12-Feb-2018

4-H

Supports students from elementary school through high school with programs designed to shape future leaders and innovators through hands-on learning activities in the areas of science, citizenship and healthy living. LEARN MORE

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5th Annual Native Youth Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit

The 2018 Native Youth in Food in Agriculture Leadership Summit is an annual conference hosted by University of Arkansas School of Law that gives Native youth the opportunity to gain a better understanding of of food and agriculture production and policy. During the Summit, youth will have the opportunity to connect with experts in food and agriculture, as well as learn the skills necessary to be the next generation of leaders in the field. This year’s dates are June 7-14 (includes travel), and all food, lodging, instructional materials and field trip costs will be provided. Some travel scholarships are available. LEARN MORE

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DEADLINE 15-Mar-2018