Haliwa Saponi Tribal School
This organization is recognized by the National Center for Education Statistics as a Public School, Private School or College.
American Indian Science And Engineering Society
Founded in 1977, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. This robust nonprofit currently supports individual student and professional members across the U.S. and Canada in critically needed STEM disciplines. Through chartered college and university chapters, tribal chapters, and affiliated K-12 schools, members benefit from diverse STEM-focused programming that supports careers and promotes student success and workforce development in multiple crucial areas.
National Indigenous Womens Resource Center
EDUCATION: TO PROVIDE RESOURCES FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCACY PROGRAMS AND OTHER ENTITIES.
Intertribal Friendship House
The mission of IFH is to promote the ability of Native people to thrive in an urban environment through ceremony, traditions and cultural connection, to provide a safe environment to strengthen cultural identity, promote health, inter-generational healing and support the development of extended family
American Indian College Fund
The American Indian College Fund invests in Native students and tribal college education to transform lives and communities. We have one unwavering purpose – increasing the number of American Indians with college degrees. Currently, only 15% of American Indians over the age of 25 have a college degree – less than half the national average.
Native American Rights Fund
NARF's objectives are to protect the rights of and seek justice for tribes and Native peoples. In the words of Executive Director John Echohawk, "We ask for nothing more, and will accept nothing less than the U.S. Government keeping the promises it has made to Native Americans." NARF currently represents more than 60 tribes in 20 states on a wide range of critical matters, including land into trust, federal recognition, subsistence hunting & fishing, federal trust responsibilities, protection of sacred places, voting rights, sovereign immunity, Indian Child Welfare, water rights and environmental issues.