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With the deadline for scholarships approaching on Jan. 31, the Cherokee Nation Foundation is looking to highlight scholarships they offer that are applied for less often, including some in education and art.
He may go back to the life of a retiree at a later date, but the longtime educator is back in the classroom for now.
All the internships are located in 30 Rockefeller Center, with the exception of the placements at CNBC, which are located in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Native students preparing for the national ACT exam can now register for a free virtual workshop hosted by Cherokee Nation Foundation.
Known for his engaging and educational live demonstrations, Cherokee National Treasure Al Herrin is sharing his life’s work in a new exhibit at the Saline Courthouse Museum.
The Center for Tribal Studies and Office of Admissions, Recruitment and Scholarships at Northeastern State University will host Native Strong on Jan. 21.
New Mexico’s plan to address the needs of underserved Indigenous students hasn’t been shared with tribal leaders or the public despite promises made by state officials that they would do so last year.
The Cherokee Nation will offer GED classes to anyone wishing to continue their education by participating in the tribe's Adult Education program at Bell School in the Bell community of Adair County.