Native American and Alaska Native students are in a college-going and completion crisis. Continue reading American Indian College Fund to Continue College Access and Success Program with $2.5 Million, Three-Year Grant
STEM is here. STEM is evolving. STEM is the future. The AISES Leadership Summit is focused on honing strategies to enable science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals and emerging leaders in STEM fields to think proactively about their goals. Continue reading 2019 AISES Leadership Summit: Planning STEM Futures in a Welcoming Cherokee Community
The American Indian College Fund and Pendleton Woolen Mills, the acclaimed lifestyle brand headquartered in Portland, Oregon, are introducing a new, exclusive blanket to the American Indian College Fund Collection to honor the contributions of David Kennedy, the co-founder of independent creative advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy. Continue reading American Indian College Fund Honors Wieden+Kennedy Co-Founder David Kennedy with PENDLETON Pathway Blanket
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
Continue reading Looking to Make a Difference? SHPE is Looking for YOU!
Last spring after a parent attending a college tour called campus police with concerns about two Native Americans in the group, the American Indian College Fund knew it had to respond. Continue reading American Indian College Fund Publishes Report on Higher Education Equity Initiative for Native Americans
By Erin Fox
As you begin to investigate what major you should pursue, you might find yourself drawn to a STEM major. STEM majors are diverse, challenging, and offer a wide array of opportunities. From to biochemists to ocean engineers and meteorologists to applied mathematicians, colleges are preparing students in these programs for future work in exciting careers.
Continue reading 5 Reasons to Consider a STEM Major
The Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) announced the launch of Rise Up for Equity, a digital and grassroots campaign to prepare, support, and mobilize leaders to eliminate systemic barriers to equity in education and workforce development. Continue reading The Institute for Educational Leadership Launches Rise Up for Equity Campaign to Eliminate Barriers to Equity in Education and Workforce Development
Is college the best choice for you?
For generations, high school students like you have been told that a college degree is the route to success and financial security. Continue reading Is college the only path? Picking the education that’s best for you
The American Indian College Fund explored how to support higher education’s role in creating safe and welcoming environments and greater visibility for American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students at a convening it hosted of students, tribal college leaders and leaders from mainstream institutions of higher education (IHE), policy organizations and funders. Continue reading Creating Visibility and Supportive Campus Environments for Native American Students
There are now literally hundreds of MBA programs available worldwide. Evaluating an MBA today is roughly the equivalent of talking about a car—one needs more specific details to really understand how one program compares to another. Continue reading One-Year or Two-Year MBA: Is There a Simple Answer?