Building Bridges to College and Career

Flaherty, Pamela
July 2008
Profiles in Diversity Journal;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p26
The article reports on the move of Citi Foundation to partner with the American Indian College Fund (AICF) to establish the Citi Scholarship and Career Exploration Program in South Dakota. It states that the goal of the program is to help Native American students on their college education. It states that the program provides annual $4,000 scholarships to 20 students attending the three tribal college of the state.


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