The Native Health Initiative is committed to serving indigenous communities through various grants and scholarships. Please review the requirements detailed in each document and consider applying for these wonderful opportunities.
“The Education is Ceremony Scholarship assisted me in my education this past spring 2020 term at the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health by giving me the opportunity to wrap up my graduate studies and successfully completing my field experience with tribal elder advisors, tribal project partners, and indigenous scholars…. Thank you to the NHI family for the wonderful opportunity that allowed me to begin the foundation of this project that will be available for tribal communities in the future.”
-Celena M, Education is Ceremony 2020 Recipient
"I am tremendously grateful to have been a recipient of the Education is Ceremony Scholarship. NHI’s generous contribution toward my educational endeavors has allowed me to put forth more energy into my studies, campus involvement, and academic goals without an immense worry of financial burden. Thank you for enabling me to reach my fullest potential and complete a degree that will allow me to advocate for the health of our communities."
-Jessica S Education is Ceremony 2020 Recipient
The purpose for the scholarship is to assist Indigenous women and men of all ages to pursue their dreams through ceremony of higher education
MUST COMPLETE AND SUBMIT BOTH DOCUMENTS FOR CONSIDERATION
DUE JANUARY 1ST 2021 @ 11:59 PM
This grant program is a intended to provide a award funding that encourages urban and rural Indigenous communities to apply for funding to foster community-drive projects or activities, which are not likely to be funded through other sources.
DUE JANUARY 1ST 2021. 11:59PM
Youth Leading the Way is the title of this grant, reminding us that young people, through their creativity, can lead the way for positive change.
Due February 28th, 2021 11:59 pm.