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The Embrey American Indian Women's Leadership Project

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Uploaded on May 8, 2015

In 2010, The Embrey Family Foundation launched a prestigious 4-year fellowship program in partnership with the American Indian College Fund. The program is designed to support 20 American Indian women attending tribal colleges, women who have a high potential for future leadership and a desire to earn a bachelor's degree. Through individual community projects, group training, retreats, and annual scholarship funding, participants develop leadership skills while they obtain their higher education.

The program was limited to a select group of tribal colleges, chosen based on their legacy of strong female leadership and diversity of geographic regions and degree offerings.

Colleges selected include:

Cankdeska Cikana Community College, ND
College of Menominee Nation, WI
Aaniiih Nakoda College (formerly Fort Belknap College), MT
Northwest Indian College, WA
Sitting Bull College, ND
Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, NM

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