The 2017-18 Cowlitz Indian Tribal Scholarship Program will be accepting applications beginning in January 2017. If you are an enrolled Cowlitz Tribal member and will be a full-time or part-time undergraduate, graduate, or vocational student attending an accredited school you are eligible to apply. Please download the application and submit as per the instructions on the form.
Cowlitz Tribal Education
My name is Mike Iyall. I was elected Chair of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe's Education Committee on January 4, 2014. The members of the Education Committee are: Lenny Bridges, Suzanne Donaldson, Becky Lowe, Celine Cloquet, Karissa Lowe, David Iyall, Dave Reichel, and myself. I am proud to serve with this group of volunteers whose hard work has helped deliver scholarship opportunities to our Tribal members. If you have questions, you may contact me at Mike Iyall or 360-456-8720 or PO Box 2547, Longview, WA 98632.
You may be interested in the following information for additional education opportunities!
You may be interested in the following information. For additional details follow the links to the websites.
Washington State University’s MOU Tribal Scholarship deadline has been extended to March 31!
You can read more about the scholarship and print the application on our website at https://native.wsu.edu/tribal-liaison/scholarships/MOUscholarship.html.
Native Youth Exploring Higher Education (NYEHE) is a summer camp for Native American high school students interested in exploring opportunities a college education offers. Participants will stay in the residence halls at WSU, attend hands-on workshops on a variety of majors, and hear from Native students and tribal professionals on the benefits and possibilities of pursuing higher education.
AGE: Students entering grades 9-10 in Fall 2017
WHEN: July 17-21, 2017
LOCATION: Washington State University, Pullman, WA
More information: https://native.wsu.edu/outreach/nyehe.html