The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships and other support for the American Indian students. Tribal colleges, the vast majority of which are located on or near reservations, provide opportunity and access to post-secondary education where once there was none. Offering accredited degrees while keeping Indian culture and tradition at the heart of their curricula, tribal colleges are changing the face of Indian education, one graduate at a time.
The American Indian Science & Engineering Society mission is to increase substantially the representation of American Indian and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science and other related technology disciplines.
The Native American Journalists Association serves and empowers Native journalists through programs and actions designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures.
Native American Public Telecommunications stories with the world through support of the creation, promotion and distribution of Native media.
The American Indian Policy Center (AIPC) was founded in 1992, as a non-profit
serving the Midwest Indian community. It was born out of a decade's worth
of discussions among the founding group of American Indian professionals.
What was needed, in the view of the founders, was a forum for American
Indians and the wider community to discuss the challenges of contemporary
Indian life--a place for diverse and divergent voices and perspectives.
National Native American Organizations
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