Pre-college programs offer Native American youth the chance to explore college life in a secure and supportive atmosphere. These programs promote cultural identity development, community networking, and skill-building opportunities.
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We have the ONLY pre college program and enrichment search that prepares Native American students for college.
About CollegeBound Journey's Pre-College Program & Enrichment Search
Preparing for College
Kinship is an important concept within many Native cultures. Enrichment programs connect Native youth to positive mentors. These mentors can be key to supporting youth with future planning.
Additionally, many Native youth have not had an opportunity to explore beyond their local community. Programs are available to provide youth an opportunity to experience both campus life and cultural enrichment.
CollegeBound Journey’s Pre College Program Search supports Native youth to link to pre college and enrichment programs, including:
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Upon completion of a pre college program search, users will receive a list of matching options. Within these each matches, users can view the following information:
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All of the pre-college and cultural programs within our platform are located within the United States. Some are offered directly through colleges, others through specific Tribes, and still others through specific Native programs.
We update information throughout the year as new information becomes available. We review every pre-college and summer opportunity in our database by March of each year.
These experiences are continuously adjusting their programming based on student needs and available funding. CollegeBound Journey strives to provide up-to-date information. Please refer to our Disclaimer page. We invite program notifications and edits on our Contact page.
Many of the programs and opportunities rely heavily on external funding. If the funding is no longer available, the program usually concludes. If this is the case, we will remove the opportunity from the database.
High school age group: 14 – 18 year-olds.