American Indian Education
For more information regarding the American Indian Education program, contact:
Form 506, which is the Title VII Student Eligibility Certification form, is to be completed by a parent/guardian and returned to the student's school. In order to apply for a formula grant under the Indian Education Program, the school must determine the number of Indian students enrolled. Review the 2013-14 Grant to see how the funds are being used for our American Indian students for academic and cultural programming.
For more information regarding the American Indian Education program contact: Carline Sargent 763-213-8562.
End of Year Celebration, June 5 at 5:30 p.m. at Rum River North Park
The book, Indian Givers, is a 1988 non-fiction book by American author Jack Weatherford. The book explains the many ways in which the various peoples native to North and South America contributed to the modern world's culture, manufacturing, medicine, markets, and other aspects of modern life. The ISD 15 Diversity Outreach Team is reading this book as a book study.
American Indian College Fund
American Indian Education Foundation Scholarship Program
American Indian Graduate Center/Undergraduate Scholarships
AISES (American Indian Science and Engineering Society
American Indian Services
Association on American Indian Affairs
Catching the Dream
Daughters of the American Revolution's American Indian Scholarship