BMCC Partners with NMC for Dental Training Program
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by Jessica A. Rickert
1d ago
Bay Mills Community College and Northwestern Michigan College recently developed an academic articulation agreement for a dental program. It is the first dental training program offered at a Woodlands TCU. The post BMCC Partners with NMC for Dental Training Program appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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Salish Kootenai College Holds First Graduation Powwow Since COVID-19
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by TCJ
1d ago
The return of this ceremony also marked the return of a powwow celebration for the school’s graduates. The post Salish Kootenai College Holds First Graduation Powwow Since COVID-19 appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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Red Lake Nation College Honors Thirty-Five Graduates
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by Bradley Shreve
1d ago
We had a full house with total estimated attendance of 1,500 at Dinner, Ceremony, Indigenous Concert and the Fireworks show! Miigwech for your incredible community support. The post Red Lake Nation College Honors Thirty-Five Graduates appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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College Fund Fellowship to Support Native Student Veterans
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by Colleen R. Billiot
2d ago
The Naabaahii Ółta'í (Student Warrior): Native Student Veterans Peer-to-Peer Program is a mentorship opportunity that builds relationships between veterans based upon their shared experiences. The post College Fund Fellowship to Support Native Student Veterans appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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California Indian Nations College’s Second Annual Fire Gala Raises Funds
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by TCJ
5d ago
Once accredited, CINC will become the first stand-alone, fully accredited tribal college in California. The post California Indian Nations College’s Second Annual Fire Gala Raises Funds appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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NTU Culinary Arts Students Excel
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by Dale Morgan
5d ago
During their final examinations, Navajo Technical University’s culinary arts students showcased their skills by preparing and serving a delightful six-course meal for guests at NTU’s hospitality center. The post NTU Culinary Arts Students Excel appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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Blackfeet Community College Celebrates Graduation 2024
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by TCJ
1w ago
Held at Browning Elementary’s historic gym, decked out in silver and blue, some 55 people arrived to receive their diplomas and certificates, accompanied by their friends and families. The post Blackfeet Community College Celebrates Graduation 2024 appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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NTU Receives Navajo Nation Workforce Training Scholarship Awards
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by Dale Morgan
1w ago
Power New Mexico recently awarded scholarships to Navajo Technical University students for their outstanding efforts and commitment to improving their communities. The post NTU Receives Navajo Nation Workforce Training Scholarship Awards appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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College Fund Launches Native Voting Campaign
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by Colleen R. Billiot
1w ago
The American Indian College Fund is launching its “Make Native Voice Heard—Vote!” campaign to encourage Native people to register and vote on November 5. The post College Fund Launches Native Voting Campaign appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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Tribal Colleges Tap US Energy Funds to Build ‘Living Labs’
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by TCJ
1w ago
Officials at the Office of Indian Energy said the idea is to use tribal colleges and universities as a conduit to build systems that can cut down on campus electricity costs while training Native American students who can support a renewable energy economy in tribal communities. The post Tribal Colleges Tap US Energy Funds to Build ‘Living Labs’ appeared first on Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education ..read more
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