PNW Finder for Indigenous Resources in Education

Search for resources and programs that support Native students with their academic, cultural, and social-emotional wellbeing! Students, families, and educators can look for resources offered by Tribes, schools, and community organizations in Washington. Get started!

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Camas Path Higher Education Services

The Camas Department of Higher Education provides post-secondary financial assistance to enrolled members of the Kalispel Tribe of Indians who have completed a high school diploma or GED. The department also provides informational assistance to anyone seeking it about higher education, such as applying to college, finding scholarships, completing the FAFSA, and more.

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Muckleshoot Language Program

The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe’s Muckleshoot Language Program provides a variety of classes for children and adults to learn the Muckleshoot language, whulshootseed. Classes take place over Zoom and in-person throughout the year.

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We R Native

We R Native is a comprehensive health resource for Native youth, by Native youth, providing content and stories about the topics that matter most to them. The nationwide website includes an “Ask your relative” chat feature, articles and videos on current events, cultural teachings, health care, self-care, and much more.

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Eastside Native American Education Program

The Eastside Native American Education Program is offered to Native students in Bellevue, Northshore, and Lake Washington School Districts. Students in the program explore and learn Indigenous languages, sing traditional songs, create art and traditional crafts, and learn Tribal histories and cultural teachings. The program’s Council of Elders joins students in the program regularly to…

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American Indian Endowed Scholarship

The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) is now accepting applications for the American Indian Endowed Scholarship (AIES) for the 2024-25 academic year through March 1, 2024; complete application required. AIES helps students who have close social and cultural ties to an American Indian community in Washington State and have demonstrated financial need.

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American Indian College Fund

The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships and programming to support Native students to access higher education. Native American and Alaska Native students who are enrolled in certificate, undergraduate, or graduate programs at tribal colleges or nonprofit, accredited schools can access sholarships and career readiness resources. Once students are in college, it provides them with…

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