American Indian Education Foundation

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The American Indian Education Foundation (AIEF) is one of the largest granters of scholarships to Native Americans and Alaska Natives in the United States.
It provides $450,000 dollars to 225 students each year in undergraduate and graduate scholarships. AIEF also provides a free guide with more detailed information. Non-traditional students are encouraged to apply.
Mission: To support Native American students in achieving their dreams through completion of post secondary education.

Vision: The American Indian Education Foundation will maintain its status as a growing, nationally recognized leader that supports Native American students enrolled in post secondary schools. We seek out students of all ages who are focused on their educational goals, and who demonstrate the ability to make positive change in their communities and in modern society. We expand opportunities for students to attend and remain in tribal or non-tribal colleges by providing vigorous educational leadership and networking services, and by instilling development of institutional leadership and capacity making for students and schools.

Deadline: Scholarship applications for 2011 are due April 4, 2011
For more information on details, eligibility requirements and to download an application at National Relief Charities and AIEF.

or write to:
American Indian Education Foundation
2401 Eglin Street
Rapid City, SD 57703
Tel.: (866) 866-8642

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