Join us at the Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI) conference to discuss new strategies for making a difference in the lives of Native American students. This year's theme is Educating Native Youth for Success: Many Nations, One Vision.
The College Board is excited to welcome these and other inspiring speakers:
- Ahniwake Rose, National Indian Education Association
- Dan R. Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University
- Karen Francis-Begay, The University of Arizona
- Adrienne Keene, Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Charlene Teters, artist
Why Should You Attend NASAI?
- Form new connections and collaborate with colleagues who focus on the unique academic needs and challenges of Native American students.
- Get firsthand insights from successful programs and learn innovative approaches that positively impact Native American students.
- Inform and engage in the work of the College Board to increase access and opportunity for Native American students.
- Learn more about using data to drive equity decisions for students of color.
Who Will Be at NASAI?
- School counselors
- College admission and outreach coordinators
- K–12 and higher education administrators
- Community leaders
- Tribal leaders
- Legislators and policymakers
- Financial aid administrators
- Parent engagement coordinators