The new facility, named in honor of Elouise Cobell, will advance training opportunities for Native American nursing and education students to meet increasing healthcare and education needs locally and throughout Montana.
A new partnership will revolutionize healthcare and higher education for indigenous peoples. The Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma State University have inked an historic partnership to establish the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation.
Up to 20 Navajo college students will gain valuable exposure to on-reservation economic development through paid internships to work on the design and construction of a $10 million travel center project located near the Interstate 40 exit to the tribe’s Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort.
To enhance growth in college admissions among Natives, myKlovr has offered the first-ever virtual college counseling platform to Native American communities across the nation, connecting with about 600 tribal leaders.