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One-day college preparatory workshop call "Know Before U Go"
Tahlequah, OK – The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), Wells Fargo and Northeastern State University (NSU) are teaming up to offer American Indian High School students, parents, and educators a one-day college preparatory workshop called “Know Before U Go”.
The event will be held at the University Center on the NSU-Tahlequah campus on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Separate breakout sessions will be offered for students and parents on a variety of topics including how to be a successful college applicant, how to transition from high school to college, how to afford college, and scholarships available for American Indian and Alaska Native students. University staff and Tribal Higher Education departments will be on hand to answer questions students and parents may have about application processes and available programs.
“I have worked with the American Indian Graduate Center for many years, and am excited to continue our partnership by bringing this program to our communities. It will be a day filled with information some students/parents will likely not be able find elsewhere.” – Sara Barnett, NSU Center for Tribal Studies.
There is no registration fee, but individuals need to register online at www.aigcs.org/kbug-tahlequah/ in advance. Space is limited to 200 participants. Participants will have the chance to win a laptop and/or one of two scholarships offered by NSU! For more information, contact the American Indian Graduate Center at 1-800-628-1920.
The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) is a national private 501(c)(3) non-profit headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. AIGC administers scholarship programs for undergraduate and graduate students from American and Alaska Native tribes, at accredited colleges and universities throughout the United States. Established in 1969, AIGC for more than 45 years has disbursed more than 15,000 graduate fellowships with the support of the Bureau of Indian Education, corporate and foundation partnerships, and our generous alumni and private donors. For more information, visit http://www.aigcs.org.
The Center for Tribal Studies, founded in 1990, is a resource for bridging communication and interaction between tribal nations and the university. Within the context of American Indian higher education, the Center collaborates with other campus entities in program development, strategic planning, research guidance, student engagement and scholarly activities. Northeastern State University is a destination of choice for American Indian education, and the diverse campus culture nurtures a strong sense of community for Native students. Through educational leadership, cultural knowledge and professional development among students, scholars emerge - many of whom will serve in professions benefiting tribal governments and Indigenous communities. For more information, visit cts.nsuok.edu.