Jan. 2 Native Youth Listserv: Deadline Approaching – Champions for Change

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This listserv item is a reminder about the Champions
for Change
application!

The Center for
Native American Youth is still collecting youth applications for our new
Champions for Change program. During the Center’s travels to Indian Country
we hear from and about inspirational Native youth who are taking the lead in
tackling community challenges and working with peers to improve lives of
Native Americans across the country. The Center is ready to recognize and
encourage these youth-led efforts!

The Center is calling for young Native Americans (ages 14 to 24) across
Indian Country to submit their stories of leadership and service in tribal
and urban Indian communities, schools, and programs across the country. These
stories will be collected and reviewed by the Center and five finalists will
be selected and recognized at an event in early 2013 in Washington, DC. The
Center invites you to get creative — story submissions can be in a written
or video form. Check out the Center’s
website
to watch a short introductory video about the program and learn
about the Champions for Change submission categories!

Applications include an application form; three letters of
recommendation (two adult forms and one peer form); and a responses to
Champions for Change questions in essay or video form. Click here
for the online application, or download the PDF
application
. For more information, contact Josie Raphaelito at the Center
for Native American Youth at josie.raphaelito@aspeninstitute.org 

Application Deadline:
January 31, 2013

Deleted
past Native Youth Listserv messages?
That’s Ok. You can
visit the Center’s NEW Native
Youth Listserv
page
to view other Native youth opportunities
from previous listserv messages.

We
also encourage you to visit our website (www.cnay.org) for a comprehensive list
of available resources (scholarships, fellowships, summer programs, grant
opportunities, etc.). Thank you for your continued support and interest in
the Center for Native American Youth.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email
us back and let us know what types of Native youth opportunities you’d like
to see and we can be sure to include them in upcoming emails. We invite you
to share your feedback.


Sincerely,

Center for
Native American Youth

www.cnay.org

cnayinfo@aspeninstitute.org

About the Center
Founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan, the
Center is a policy program within the Aspen Institute, headquartered in
Washington, DC. While a part of the Aspen Institute, the Center is also
overseen by a Board of Advisors. The goal of the Center is to bring greater
national attention to the issues facing Native American youth, and to foster
solutions, with special emphasis on youth suicide prevention.
How
you can help
.

 Link to The Aspen Institute
Link to CNAY.org

 


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