Tribal Colleges – Western Region

Located in Montana, the Aaniiih Nakoda College is an accredited two-year institution offering academic programs, student services, and a variety of grant sponsored programs. In addition, Aaniiih Nakoda College offers the Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP) which provides comprehensive vocational and technical education services. Blackfeet Community College (BCC) developed objectives based on

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Tribal Colleges – Southern Region

Chief Dull Knife College (CDKC) college offers affordable, quality educational opportunities to residents of the Northern Cheyenne Reservation and surrounding communities. Although the original curriculum of the college was directed at training students for mining jobs near the reservation, the college has quickly expanded its offerings to include post-secondary transfer programs. The college offers a

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Apprenticeship Programs – Western Region

Check out the resources below for Apprenticeship information specific to the Western Region. Websites: San Diego Electrical Training Center – Founding Sponsor Arizona Apprenticeships California Apprenticeships Idaho Apprenticeships Montana Apprenticeships Nevada Apprenticeships New Mexico Apprenticeships Oregon Apprenticeships Washington Apprenticeships Wyoming Apprenticeships – Electrical

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American Indian/Alaskan Native Colleges – Alaska

Ilisagvik College is the only accredited, Alaska Native controlled higher education institution in Alaska, and it is the only college located within the boundaries of the Arctic Slope. In 2005, Ilisagvik also became the only Tribal College in the state. Ilisagvik College provides quality post-secondary academic, vocational, and technical education in a learning environment that

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Colleges & Universities in Arizona

With a choice of four distinct campuses in the metro Phoenix area and our newest location in Lake Havasu City, Arizona State University (ASU) offers a personalized experience to immerse yourself in your studies and engage with community partners that provide internships, research and clinical practice. Academic programs at ASU are ranked among the best

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Universities in Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma (OU) is home to world-class scholars, innovative students, and a breathtaking campus. Visit our world-renowned art collection in the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art or gaze at the 26 foot tall Apatosaurus at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History. With an abundance of arts, culture, athletics, and other entertainment at

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Colleges & Universities in Washington

The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) is governed by a nine-member Governor-appointed board responsible for administering the Community and Technical College Act and providing leadership and coordination for Washington’s system of 34 public community and technical colleges. Websites: SBCTC WSAC

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Universities in New Mexico

Founded in 1889 as New Mexico’s flagship institution, the University of New Mexico (UNM) now occupies nearly 800 acres along old Route 66 in the heart of Albuquerque, a metropolitan area of more than 900,000 people. Student academic success is paramount at New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU). Undergraduate and graduate programs are offered in the

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Oklahoma Career Tech

Oklahoma CareerTech is leading the nation in the development of Career Clusters, which group occupations together based on commonalities. Schools will use these clusters as an organizational tool to help students identify pathways from secondary school to career and technology education, colleges, graduate schools and the workplace. The Career Clusters show students how what they

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