Post-Secondary College Opportunities
The Thunderbird Review is taking submissions of creative writing and art for its 9th edition of the publication. This is an example of one of the neat opportunities for Fond du Lac Tribal Community College students and community members.
Submissions are open to adults in the community. If a student is under 18, they must be a PSEO student at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.
Native American College Fair
The Native American College Fair was started in 2013 as a way to bring colleges, universities and training programs to Twin Cities Native youth and their families. It provides a setting allowing students to have a meaningful conversation with representatives about college life, courses and admission, and financial aid requirements.
This year will not be an in-person event, instead, a website has been created for Native Youth, their families and community members which features information and videos provided by colleges, universities and financial aid opportunities. The website also features videos created by a variety of Native professionals and college students, including a recorded panel of college students discussing their educational experiences.
The Native American College Fair website will go live the morning of Friday, October 9 and will remain available at least through the end of October. It will include resources for students who are preparing for post-secondary education including lists of training opportunities, pre-college experiences and a question guide for students who speak to admissions representatives.
The Native American College Fair Planning Committee encourages people to “Like” or “Follow” on Facebook to receive updates and additional information regarding the Native American College Fair.