HOW TO FIND AND WIN SCHOLARSHIPS

HOW TO FIND AND WIN SCHOLARSHIPS

MANDATORY YOU MUST READ!!  Catching the Dream, makes grants to Native college students and works to improve Indian schools. Since 1986, CTD has made scholarship awards to 1,266 students and has produced 921 graduates.
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101 Tips for Landing Native American Scholarships and Grants
Dr. Dean Chavers addresses the subject of college scholarships available to Native students while debunking a variety of myths and false assumptions…
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We will help you track and monitor your progress in searching for scholarship to help you get through college. You do not have to incur great debt just to go to get a higher education. Every year MONEY goes crying because people do not apply for it. We will help you find those monies.

Student Application Forms

Student Application Forms

In order to begin the process of applying for a scholarship there are some forms that need to be filled out. Please click HERE! to access those forms.

CTD has programs to help Indian students prepare more thoroughly for college-level studies…

 

Catching the Dream (CTD) was chartered in 1986

To supplement the focus on scholarship aid, CTD has programs to help Indian students prepare more thoroughly for college-level studies and to improve the educational resources and programs that prepare these students for college.

"Education is the seed that provides spiritual and individual growth." Throughout the United States, Native communities suffer from a lack of qualified professionals—teachers, engineers, doctors, communication specialists, business managers, social workers, and technicians. Well-paying jobs exist in Indian communities, but few Indians are prepared to fill them. Hospitals, dental clinics, schools, engineering and agricultural projects, all remain understaffed and seriously unable to meet community needs. A prime reason for the lack of qualified Indian professionals is the poor state of Native American education today. The high school dropout rate for Indians is 50%, more than twice the rate for the nation as a whole. Of the Indian students who finish high school, only 17% attend college, with the majority attending public, two-year community colleges. Few Native Americans attend four-year colleges, and less than one percent attend the nation’s top Ivy League colleges. Catching the Dream seeks to address this deficiency. Our high-priority areas of study are math, engineering, science, business, education, and computers. These fields of study are critical to the future of Indian people and the nation, and Native Americans are very underrepresented in these fields.
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