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“People of the river, people of the grass.” The Tribes’ organizational structure and management system ensure a holistic approach by maintaining a strict separation of…

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…

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,…

1Camas 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…

Chalá·at: People of the Hoh River

It is the vision of the Hoh Tribe to ensure their future as a strong, sovereign Nation by continuing to preserve and instill our inherent…

Chehalis Tribe

People of the Sands “To be a thriving, self-sufficient, sovereign people, honoring our past and serving current and future generations.“ The Chehalis Tribes, located in…

Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

Total Size: 1.4 Million Acres (2,100 Square Miles), Tribal Enrollment Total: 9,290 The Twelve Bands compose the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation:Chelan, Chief Joseph…

Kurt Grinnell Scholarship

The Kurt Grinnell Aquaculture Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships to Tribal and First Nation Members who are studying or wish to study aquaculture or closely related…

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is committed to enhancing the lives of their tribal members through wrap-around services that encompass physical and spiritual well-being. Their…

Lummi Nation

The Lummi people are the original inhabitants of Washington’s northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. Enrolled members of the Lummi Nation have access to a…

Makah Tribe

Makah spoken history tells the story of ancient times when the Makah People, the qʷidiččaʔa·tx̌ lived in a world that revolved around the sea and…

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is a Federally Recognized Indian Tribe composed of descendants of the Duwamish and Upper Puyallup Peoples who inhabited Central Puget Sound…

2Muckleshoot Tribal College

Muckleshoot Tribal College provides a wide variety of educational programs, including four-year and two-year degrees, technical certifications, and GED support. The college provides programming for…

Nooksack Indian Tribe

“always bracken fern roots” Nooksak is a Tribe of approximately 2,000 members, located in our ancestral homeland in the northwest corner of Washington State. The…

Since Time Immemorial Curriculum

The Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State Curriculum is a statewide resource that provides Tribal history curriculum for students in grades K through…

United Indians of All Tribes

Since 1970, United Indians has promoted the well-being of Snohomish/King/Pierce Counties Indigenous community through services and programming that support cultural connection, school readiness, economic self-sufficiency,…

Yakama Nation Tribal Scholarship

Yakama Nation Higher Education & Adult Vocational Training provides financial scholarships, academic advising, and employment counseling assistance to eligible Tribal members to attend and graduate…

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