Scholarship & Internship Opportunities

  • NY'EHE Summer Camp application is now live at WSU's Pullman campus!

    Native Youth Exploring Higher Education (NY'EHE) is a free, fun-filled, 5-day camp for Native youth going into the 9th and 10th grades. They are planning lots of exciting workshops and activities this year including videogame making, art, robotics, and a whole lot more!

    For more info and the application go to https://native.wsu.edu/nyehe/

WSU Summer Camp
  • Siletz Johnson O'Malley Scholarship

    Students are eligible for up to $50 for things like sports fees, dance classes, culture materials-classes, camps, etc.  (Or $35 towards sports/dance shoes for a sport or activity)!

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  • Howard Vollum Scholarship Fund to attend Saturday Academy Science Classes!

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Past Opportunities

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  • Tribal Environmental Leaders Summit

    Region 10 Tribal Environmental Leader’s Summit “Sovereignty: Air, Land & Water”
    March 6-8, 2019

     

    DoubleTree by Hilton at Lloyd Center
    Portland, OR

     

    The Region 10 Tribal Environmental Leader’s Summit is designed for Tribal Administrators, Council Members, or other Tribal Leaders AND their Environmental staff or technical environmental workers. Region 10 is home to 271 Federally Recognized Tribes in the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. In previous years, we had separate tracks: one for Tribal Leaders, and another with Tribal Environmental Professionals. This year we will have the opportunity to come together in the mornings, side by side, as one large group to share and learn from each other on important aspects of managing the life-force of our communities and the physical environment. Then in the afternoons, there will be separate tracks for each Air, Land, and Water.  At the same time as these tracks there will be separate Youth sessions. This year’s Summit is being organized by the Region 10 Tribal Operations Committee, with grant funding from the US Environmental Protection Agency Indian General Assistance Program.

    Tentative Schedule:
    Wed, March 6 from 8 am – 5 pm
    Thur, March 7 from 8 am – 5 pm
    Fri, March 8 from 8 am – Noon

    In addition to the daily sessions Thursday we will host a cultural night! Details to be announced.

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