Frank J. Caverly Scholarship

The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. is excited to announce a scholarship opportunity for the Spring 2022 academic semester. The Frank J. Caverly Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support for American Indian students pursuing post-secondary education at a junior college, college, university, or accredited vocational/technical school in state of Arizona.

Please find the application and further information on requirements of the Frank J. Caverly Scholarship below. The applications are due Friday, October 1, 202 by 11:59 PM (MST). If you have any questions regarding the ITCA Frank J. Caverly Scholarship, please contact Ms. Monique Tsosie at Monique.Tsosie@itcaonline.com.

Frank Caverly Scholarship Application

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IRS Form W-9

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Climate Resilience Fall 2021 Essay Contest

Climate Resilience Fall 2021 Essay Contest Announcement

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The ITCA Climate Resilience project, funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), is delighted to announce an opportunity to offer an essay contest for American Indian students living in Arizona and attending a school in Arizona. The project serves to build upon the existing environmental work to assist in planning, and implementing workshops addressing extreme events and harmful environmental impacts in areas of Drought, Water Availability, Food Scarcity, Air Quality, Wildfires and Outbreak of Pests.

Please find the application and further information on requirements for the essay contest below. The applications are due Friday, August 6, 2021. If you have any questions regarding the ITCA Climate Resilience Essay Contest please contact Ms. Monique Tsosie at Monique.Tsosie@itcaonline.com.

Climate Resilience Fall 2021 Essay Contest Application

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WINNERS – Climate Resilience Fall 2021 Essay Contest

The ITCA Climate Resilience project, funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), is delighted to announce an opportunity to offer an essay contest for American Indian students living in Arizona and attending a school in Arizona. The project serves to build upon the existing environmental work to assist in planning, and implementing workshops addressing extreme events and harmful environmental impacts in areas of Drought, Water Availability, Food Scarcity, Air Quality, Wildfires and Outbreak of Pests.

Thank you to all applicants who submitted an essay as it truly reflected your concerns about climate change and its impact on your tribal community. More importantly, the essay demonstrated your passion for making a positive difference and improving environmental quality for your tribal community.

Congratulations to our 2021 ITCA Climate Resilience Essay Contest Winners!

College/University Students:

Allan Paxson Winning Essay
Allan Paxson Winning Essay
Andrew Garcia Winning Essay
Andrew Garcia Winning Essay
Jaime Begay Winning Essay
Jaime Begay Winning Essay
Katia Barber Winning Essay
Katia Barber Winning Essay
Natanii Hanley-Moraga Winning Essay
Natanii Hanley-Moraga Winning Essay

High School Students:

Emery Jackson Winning Essay
Emery Jackson Winning Essay
Sumaya Quitugua Winning Essay
Sumaya Quitugua Winning Essay