September 2012


*Verifying your School’s Financial Aid Address*

This is a friendly reminder to Doyon Foundation scholarship applicants. As you apply online at www.doyonfoundation.com, please make sure you are selecting the correct school with the correct financial aid address from the drop down menu. Some universities have several different campuses and therefore have different financial aid offices. If your school is not listed on the drop down menu, you have the option of selecting “Other” where you can enter a new school’s name and address. Once the application is submitted, our office is sent a “new school” email. The school’s accreditation is then verified and added it to the website. If a student transfers to a new university after the application is submitted, they must notify our office immediately and submit a new Proof of Academic Enrollment.

This is an important step in your application process! When an award is mailed to the financial aid office, we cannot reissue another award to the same student for the same scholarship period until the check is returned. This could take weeks.

All students should review our scholarship program guidelines located online.  If you have questions, feel free to contact the Scholarship Program at foundation@doyon.com or 907-459-2049. Thank you.

Scholarship Program
Doyon Foundation | 615 Bidwell, Suite 101 | Fairbanks | Alaska | 99701
(P) 907.459.2049 | Toll free: 1.888.478.4755, ext. 2049
Website: www.doyonfoundation.com
Blog: www.doyonfoundationblog.com
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Doyon Foundation’s mission is to provide educational career and cultural opportunities to enhance the identity and quality of life for Doyon Shareholders and their children.

Join UAF NSS tomorrow for the Indigenous Values Gathering.

Our guest presenter will be:

Petla Noden, UAA Student

Value of the Week: “Have Respect For Our Land And It’s Resources At All Times”

We hope that you are able to attend

Tomorrow, Thursday from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. UAA Native Student Services in Anchorage will be hosting a guest presenter from the CHIPPEWA tribe sharing information regarding her experiences Studying Abroad. All are welcome to attend!

Below is a list of scholarships from the North Pole High School! It’s a great resource for Juniors and Seniors in high school.

http://www.k12northstar.org/sites/default/files/scholarshiplistseptember21_0.pdf

Call for Youth Delegates to attend the First Alaskans Institute – Elders and Youth Conference in Anchorage – Youth are encouraged to apply today!!

Deadline to Apply is – September 28, 2012 by 5pm

· Must be a Tribal Member in the TCC Region

· Must be 14-18 years of age

· Must turn in a completed YES Application

· Application is not based on income

· Available to travel Oct. 14-18, 2012

Essay: Answer these two questions below. Address each on a separate sheet of paper with no more than 300 words, double spaced, using a 12 point font. Be sure to include your first and last name with the village you are from.

1. What does “Respecting and Owning Our Living Culture” mean to you?

2. Why is it important to have an annual Elders & Youth Conferences for our people?

Mail, fax or email your completed application, including essay and two letters of recommendation to:

Katina Charles, Youth Manager

Tanana Chiefs Conference

122 1st Avenue, Suite 600

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Youth Delegate App.docx

Are you a current student or recent graduate interested in Energy Policy and travel to Iceland? Receive a stipend to travel to Iceland November 24 – 29, 2012! Sponsored by the Institute of the North and the University of Alaska. For more information visit www.uaf.edu/acep/iceland or click on the flyer below:

Iceland Student Travel Competition Flyer.pdf

OPPORTUNITIES is compiled by the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) and includes internship, scholarship, fellowship, grant, and career opportunities as well as announcements for conferences, workshops and symposia.

This is the September 21, 2012 Opportunities Newsletter compiled by the Harvard University Native American Program.

Opportunities Table of Contents (New- use Ctrl+Click to go directly to one section)

I. Follow HUNAP on Facebook and Twitter!

II. Employment Opportunities

III. Research

IV. Call for Papers

V. Conferences

VI. Powwows

VII. Internship

VIII. Scholarships/Grants

IX. Miscellaneous

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Follow HUNAP on Facebook and Twitter

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HUNAPFACEBOOK:

Current campus culture. Includes news, events, and announcements about what is happening on the Harvard Campus.

HUNAP Twitter:

Up to date announcements for scholarships, fellowships, conferences and employment opportunities from across Indian Country.

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