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Title VII Indian Education Program

FAMILY CULTURE NIGHT 
 
      
Tacoma Art Museum
5:00pm-8:00pm
Cost: Free
If you have any questions please contact David Syth (253) 571-1846
 
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SCHNACKENBERG LECTURE 
Pacific Lutheran University
Chris Knutzen Hall
February 25th 2015 7pm 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute
 
June 21st – July 2nd, 2015
What is Na-ha-shnee? Na-ha-shnee is a 12 day summer program designed to encourage Native American and Alaska Native students to pursue health science degrees and health-related careers. The program is held on the WSU Spokane Campus & housing is in nearby dorms.
Who should apply? Native American and Alaska Native students that are currently in 9th, 10th, or 11th grade. Applicants should have a GPA of 3.0 or above and an interest in health science careers (nursing, medical research, nutrition, physical therapy, medicine, pharmacy, etc.) This year we will be selecting 25 students to attend Na-ha-shnee.
Where is the application? Applications can be filled out and submitted online or printed and submitted in paper copy form. The application can be found online at: http://spokane.wsu.edu/community/service-outreach-units/native-american-health-sciences-program/ (Or google WSU Native American Health Sciences to find it).
What does it cost? FREE! The only cost that we cannot cover is transportation to and from our program.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 5PM, FRIDAY, APRIL 24th, 2015
 Questions? Feel free to contact Emma Noyes, Native American Health Science Outreach Coordinator.  Phone: 509.324.7215    Email: emma.noyes@wsu.edu    Fax: 509.324.7341
 This exciting summer opportunity is brought to you by:
 WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY – GO COUGS!
 




 
 
 
Mission
 The mission of the Indian Education Program is to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indians and Alaskan Natives so that these students can have an equal opportunity to achieve to the same challenging standards as all students.
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Indian Education Program
​Madison Complex
3101 S. 43rd Street
Tacoma WA 98409

David Syth, M. Ed
Crow Nation
Administrator
253-571-1846
dsyth@tacoma.k12.wa.us
Room #2

Samantha Keesy
Northern Cheyenne Tribe
Indian Education Specialist
253-571-1820
Room #6
 

Myrna Fisher
Fort Peck Sioux, Puyallup

Dream Catcher Project Team Member
253-571-1820
mfishe1@tacoma.k12.wa.us
Room #6

 

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