We depend on youth, communities, and partners all over to help share resources that support Native youth. Find a resource or submit your own.
We exchange resources that improve opportunities for Native youth. Leveraging our growing network of youth, partner organizations, and the information we gather during community meetings, we identify and share a wide range of resources that help Native youth get ahead.
Resource Exchange: We created an easy to use portal to help you find and share resources for Native youth.
Reports & Publications: In addition to sharing current research, we develop our own unique resources that address the priorities we learn directly from youth.
For Press: We help stakeholders new to Indian Country learn about specific challenges facing Native youth. We work with the media to share Native youth stories through a strengths-based framework.Email usfor help crafting your story on Native youth.
90% of all AI/AN students attend regular public schools and about 8% attend schools administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
"My dreams may seem farfetched to some people, but in order to survive as Native people and retain our culture and heritage, we cannot sit back and keep them as dreams. I plan on going to school and coming back to make them a reality."