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Native Youth Exploring Higher Education

Motivate l Expose l Connect l Prepare

 

Native Youth Exploring Higher Education (NY’EHE) is a summer camp for Native American high school students interested in exploring opportunities a college education offers. This year we are bringing NY’EHE back to campus.

The camp will consist of exposing students a variety of career fields, promote health and wellness, and provide college preparation. Activities will include:

  • Tribal Nation Building Activities
  • Exposure to STEAM related fields
  • Tribal Careers
  • Higher Education Preparation

The goals of NY’EHE are to: Motivate Native students towards wellbeing, positive identity, career aspirations, and pursuing their education. Expose Native students to Native role models, learning activities, and what is possible for their future college/career. Connect Native students to their culture, positive relationships, and how their pursuit of college/career can build up their tribe. And Prepare Native students for the skills, experiences and plans they need to attain their college/career aspirations.

AGE: Native American High School Students

WHEN: June 27th-July 1st, 2022

WHERE: WSU Campus, Pullman, WA

COST: FREE!

QUESTIONS: Please contact Joelle Edwards, Director for Native American Student Services, at 509-335-8677 or via email joelle.edwards@wsu.edu.

Registration

Click HERE to Register

You will need a parent/guardian’s assistance to complete the application!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN