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The TCU Online Student Resource Center provides TCU students with an accessible point of reference for vital announcements, updates, opportunities, and organizations that impact every tribal college and university student. The student resource center contains up-to-date calendars, documents, and links to outside listings of internships, conferences, scholarships, and relevant organizations. The center also acts as a primary platform for the AIHEC Student Congress in collaboration with their social media presence on Facebook.
 
This portal is maintained by Alex Grandon, Co-Advisor to the AIHEC Student Congress, and the officers of the AIHEC Student Congress.
 

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AIHEC & SAIGE Announces the Student Program at 11th Annual National Training Conference

The Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) is a national Non- profit organization that advocates for American Indian and Alaska Native Government employees. SAIGE will cohost the 11th annual national training conference, “Native Pride and Spirit: Yesterday, Today and Forever” June 8-13, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Isleta Resort.
  
This program is designed to provide Native American students an opportunity to learn about careers within the federal government, to participate in professional and personal development workshops and training, and to network with Native American professionals.
 
SAIGE encourages American Indian students to realize their potential to become leaders in their communities and schools, continue their education by obtaining a college degree, and ultimately, to seek a career in the government sector in one of the multitude of civil service professions.

AIHEC is offering a number of scholarships (~45) for TCU students to attend the 2014 National Training Program June 8-13, 2014 in Albuquerque, NM.  The scholarships will include conference fee, hotel accommodations, and a travel stipend of $500 per tribal college.

The National Training Program is open to TCU Students who can demonstrate they are currently enrolled in good standing at a Tribal College or University. Completed application packets must be postmarked or electronic copies sent no later than April 18, 2014.
 
Applications can be found below and submitted to Alex Grandon at AGrandon@aihec.org or faxed to 703-838-0388. 
 

We look forward to you joining us in Albuquerque, NM!

3/25/2014
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2014 SAIGE-AIHEC National Training Program Application.pdf
  
3/12/2014 11:43 AMNo presence informationAlex Grandon
2014 SAIGE-AIHEC National Training Program PR.pdf
  
3/12/2014 11:42 AMNo presence informationAlex Grandon

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