September 16-17 at University of South Dakota School of Law (2-day) Application Deadline: September 1, 2016
The Native American Pipeline to Law Pre-Law programs educate and help students successfully navigate the law school application process. The workshops will assist participants in preparing competitive applications. Come learn how to successfully apply to law school and network with law school professionals.
Who should attend? College Sophomores, Juniors/Seniors, master's students and college graduates preparing for law school.
Learn about law school and career options
Obtain information about the varied admissions criteria for law school
Work with mentors to develop an effective application, resume, and personal statement
Explore law school funding options
Receive test prep tips for the LSAT
Network with other participants, faculty, and professionals
Hear from former and current American Indian law students
Go to this link for further information and Workshop Application:
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The Rosebud Economic Development Corporation (“REDCO”) is conducting a survey in connection with its Homeownership Needs Study. If you are interested in owning your own home, we need to hear from you.
The purpose of the survey is to collect information that REDCO can use to foster new home buying opportunities at the Keya Wakpala development. We plan to use the information obtained to guide our homebuyer education programs, financing options, and development approach at our Keya Wakpala.
If you are interested in buying a home, please complete the survey by clicking the link below. Your participation is important to demonstrate the critical need for new homeownership options.
Click the banner to access the REDCO Homeownership Survey!
American Indian College Fund Scholarship: See Sammie Bordeaux-Seeger in the Science Center or Leslie Shortbull and Midas Gunhammer in the Student Services Building for help with scholarship applications. AICF Scholarship Deadline is February 19, 2016. Bring your tribal ID or tribal abstract to get help uploading them to the application. If you're not a tribal member you are still eligible for the scholarship as long as you've submitted a FAFSA and are a tribal college student. Even if you are not eligible for a PELL Grant, you may still be eligible for the AICF scholarship.
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