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“The Native American Congressional Internship program provides American Indian and Alaska Native students with opportunities to gain practical experience with the federal legislative process and a first-hand understanding of the government-to-government relationship between Native nations and the U.S. government. The Native Nations Institute helps to fund the internship program, which is administered by the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Foundation” (Native Nations Institute).
The deadline is January 31st, 2018. For more information on this opportunity, please click here.
The TEDNA Native Youth Community Project hosted it’s third annual partnership meeting focused on program implementation and success developing Early College and Career Readiness strategies for American Indian students grade(s) 6-9.
This conference is a unique chance to meet different leaders and practitioners in the field of “education sovereignty” focused on: data collection, implementation, and sharing innovative practices. All attendees will examine research and development strategies of how Tribal Education Departments (TEDs) organize and analyze their education data.
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