Global Ties U.S. helps Katie Hallum chose her future career in journalism and international securities studies.
When the pandemic hit, Charlcie Gatewood was unable to compete in rodeos, something she’s done her whole life.
The program offers undergraduate summer internships, fully funded graduate study and full-time employment with a commitment to reach 100 minor…
After taking a year off because of the pandemic, the annual trek is implementing safety precautions for the 950-mile journey.
Mark Lea is described as a leader with a vision who provides support to students and teachers.
The 17 members will have an opportunity to help shape tribal policy by learning the Cherokee Nation Constitution and bylaws.
Dakota St. Pierre hopes to give back to Native American communities.
The Cherokee Nation will create a science, technology, engineering and math program mixing tribal culture.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack calls the summer benefits a “first-of-its-kind, game-changing intervention to reduce child hunger in the Uni…
Funds will provide COVID-19 relief for education in Bureau of Indian Education- and tribally operated k-12 schools and tribal controlled colle…
The law aims to ensure that all federal funds for Native students are received.
Pritchett prevails through his senior year of high school despite having to navigate it through a public health crisis.
Nearly $228,000 are awarded to 89 students.
Leaders of a nearly all-white northwest Missouri school district have narrowly voted to keep the high school's “Savages” nickname but will pha…
The registration deadline is May 7. Call 918-207-0950 or apply online at cherokeenationfoundation.org.
Gov. Kevin Stitt on March 31 signed into law bills to alter the school funding formula and expand students’ ability to transfer between schools.
The Cherokee Nation gives its largest amount to date to public schools in the tribe’s reservation.
The next big invention or discovery could be anywhere. Ignite that spark of passion for science and unleash your child’s curiosity.
The 6-foot guidance was problematic for many schools that traditionally had 25, 30 or more children per classroom in closely grouped desks.
The American Indian Resource Center is offering the Fount Holland Memorial and Wathene Young scholarships.
There will be no school report cards this year, one of many disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Cherokee Nation citizen Chelbie Turtle joins nine other students who display outstanding original academic, artistic or leadership endeavors.
Applications are available and must be submitted by June 15.
The CDL program is a four-week course. Students earn their commercial learner’s permits and undergo training to earn the Oklahoma commercial d…
For more than 30 years the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club have provided scholarships for Cherokee students for higher education.
Applications are available on the school’s website, sequoyahschools.org.