Monthly archive April, 2010
The Tribal Business Management(TBM)an educational program by the Catching The Dreams for students pursuing their studies in business, finance, management, banking, hotel management and economic related fields. Also the students must be willing to work in the economic development for tribes. It being a Supplemental Scholarship Program students are adviced to apply for the other sources for the financial assistance. Applying for the scholarship is one of them. Scholarship Requirement: Applicant must be enrolled in an any federally recognized, state recognized tribe. Must Be ¼ of Indian Blood Attending or planning to attend a an accredited college or university within U.S on a full time basis. Must be pursuing Bachelor’s Degree or post secondary study Students applying for this scholarship need to apply for all other sources of fund like federal financial aid, tribal scholarships, private scholarship, loans and grants The application is available here: http://catchingthedream.org/Scholarship.htm, refer to the website for the same. Along with the application you need to furnish the following document: A comprehensive essay about the applicant and his future plans Proof of high school completion, college admission and tribal enrollment Recommendation letters The deadline dates are Summer (March 15, 2010), Fall Semester/Quarter (April 15, 2010)& Winter [...]

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It has been found that there are just 7% of Native American Teachers in reservation schools. Due to this there is huge demand of Indian Teachers. The CTD’s Native American Leadership Education Program (NALE)is for those students who are paraprofessionals in Indian Schools and are planning to complete their degree in education, counseling and school administration. It being a Supplemental Scholarship Program students are adviced to apply for the other sources for the financial assistance. Applying for the scholarship is one of them. Scholarship Requirement: Applicant must be enrolled in an any federally recognized, state recognized tribe. Must Be ¼ of Indian Blood Attending or planning to attend a an accredited college or university within U.S on a full time basis. Must be pursuing Bachelor’s Degree or post secondary study Students applying for this scholarship need to apply for all other sources of fund like federal financial aid, tribal scholarships, private scholarship, loans and grants The application is available here: http://catchingthedream.org/Scholarship.htm, refer to the website for the same. Along with the application you need to furnish the following document: A comprehensive essay about the applicant and his future plans Proof of high school completion, college admission and tribal enrollment Recommendation [...]

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Earlier known as the Native American Scholarship Fund, Catching The Dream has been active since 1986 helping the Native American Tribes, Communities and Tribal Organizations by providing fianancial assistance. The MESBEC is one of the oldest program of Catching The Dream (CTD) and funds Native American Indians for education in six main fields – maths, engineering, science, business, education and computers. These field are chosen as there are very few graduates and the tribes need graduates in this field the most. Scholarship Requirement: Applicant must be enrolled in an any federally recognized, state recognized tribe. Must Be ¼ of Indian Blood Attending or planning to attend a an accredited college or university within U.S on a full time basis. Must be pursuing Bachelor’s Degree or post secondary study Students applying for this scholarship need to apply for all other sources of fund like federal financial aid, tribal scholarships, private scholarship, loans and grants The application is available here: http://catchingthedream.org/Scholarship.htm, refer to the website for the same. Along with the application you need to furnish the following document: A comprehensive essay about the applicant and his future plans Proof of high school completion, college admission and tribal enrollment Recommendation letters The [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For American Indians, Scholarships