American Indian Higher Education Consortium

Established and governed by the nation’s Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), AIHEC provides support and advocacy services to its membership—particularly in partnership with federal agencies and national organizations and program’s to provide the programmatic needs of Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs).

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Billy Mills Running Strong for American Indian Youth

Focus areas include safe housing, basic needs, culture and language preservation, emergency assistance programs, organic gardens and food, schools and youth centers, women’s health, and seasonal programs. Running Strong implements their own programs but also supports independent groups who align with their mission, such as nonprofits, community centers, and grassroots projects.

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Close-Up

Educates and inspires young people to become informed and engaged citizens by providing challenging, hands-on civic education programs for students and teachers in Washington, DC. Using the nation’s capital as a living classroom, participants get a “close-up” view of government and democracy in action.

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National Organizations for Youth Safety

Serves youth with a focus on youth safety and health through a collaborative network of national organizations and federal agencies.

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