That’s why, more than 20 years ago, AT&T set out to help more Native American students graduate from high school and succeed in college and career. To commemorate Native American Heritage Month, we’re proud to further our commitment to Indian Country with more than $1 million in contributions that will connect Native youth to educational pathways to the
The College Fund will partner with tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) as well as local high schools located on or near reservations to connect Native students to programs and
With support from AT&T, George Washington University will establish the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy, its first-ever politics and public policy center dedicated to indigenous learnings. The Center builds on AT&T’s long-time support of the university’s Native American Political Leadership and INSPIRE Pre-College Programs, which give Native students the chance to study in Washington D.C. and learn about relations between tribal governments and the federal government.
As a person of Native American descent, I’m personally proud to be a part of initiatives that improve Native communities’ quality of life by creating the leaders and workforce of tomorrow. Our latest collaborations with the College Fund and GW continue AT&T’s commitment to enhancing the education of Native American youth and opening doors for them to become leaders in their communities. Together, we can ensure that all students