The DAR offers three scholarship opportunities for American Indian/Alaska Native students; the DAR American Indian Scholarship, Frances Crawford Marvin American Indian Scholarship, and the Anne Trevarthen Memorial Scholarship. Click the link to the right to find the guidelines for each.
Scholarship and College Guides for Native American Students
Shareholders and Descendants attending college, can apply for a Sealaska Scholarship. They award hundreds of merit-based scholarships every year.
DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution American Indian Scholarships
American Indian College Fund
Due to the temporary office closure, if you are in need of a Scholarship Application or an Employment and Training Application, please call the main office at (907) 826-3996 and we will happily fax or email one to you!
Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Trust Services Internships
Central Council Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska offers the Alumni Scholarship Assistance Program (ASAP) provides annual scholarship awards to all tribally enrolled citizens who apply regardless of service area, community affiliation, origination, residence, tribal compact, or signatory status. Award levels are based on annual fundraising activities such as memorial donations, private donations, vendor/associate solicitations, and fundraisers.
Alumni Scholarship Assistance
Cobell Scholarship offers several higher education assistance opportunities for American Indian/Alaska Native. Click the link to see the details.
If you are not enrolled in the Craig Tribal Association, but are enrolled with a federally recognized tribe, here are some other resources for continuing your education.
American Indian College fund is full of other resources for students. Click the link to see what scholarships they offer.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call our office at (907) 826-3996.
As a member of the Craig Tribal Association, you may be eligible to receive our scholarships for continuing your education at a college, university, or vocational-technical school. We love to see our tribal members pursue their dreams and better their future. Click the links below to find the application and guidelines.
Through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) office of Trust Services (OTS) are internship positions across the nation performing a variety assignments involving basic principles of management and program analysis in many program areas. As well as helping students raise awareness of traditional ecological knowledge education and land-management practices in use today by Tribes.
More information can be found on www.bia.gov/bia/ots/workforce-planning-coordination