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Native American Political Leadership Program


Native American SUNY: Western Consortium
E-116 Thompson Hall
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3170

Sponsor

The George Washington University

Title

NATIVE AMERICAN
POLITICAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Contact

Semester in Washington Program
1922 F Streeet, NW
Old Main, Room 401
Washington, DC 20052

phone: 202.994.3284     
e-mail: naplp@gwu.edu
url: www.naplp.gwu.edu

Availability

Spring Semester.

Eligibility

Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian, Native American undergraduate and graduate students.

Information

Hands-on internship experience and coursework. NAPLP seeks to attract bright, energetic Native American college students to Washington's most respected political leadership semester program. Funded by the AT&T Foundation. Application and scholarship application on website.

Benefits/Award

Cost of tuition, fees, room, board, books covered by competitive scholarship; Participants immersed in the American political process and their awareness is increased of how they can influence those processes to improve their tribal governments and their communities.

Deadline

March 2016 for Summer 2016
November 2016 for Spring 2017

Required Documentation

Complete NAPLP Application; Faculty Academic Recommendation; Official Transcripts; Current Resume; Indication of Tribal Enrollment.


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