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Native Youth Exploring Higher Education

Native Youth Exploring Higher Education (NYEHE) is a summer camp for Native American high school students interested in exploring opportunities a college education offers. Participants stay in the residence halls at WSU, attend hands-on workshops on a variety of majors, and hear from Native students and tribal professionals on the benefits and possibilities of pursuing higher education. We have limited space of up to 30 students. First come, first served. Sign-up today to secure your spot in NY’EHE 2020!

AGE: Students entering grades 9-10 in Fall

WHEN: July 13-17, 2020

COST: FREE!

LOCATION: Olympia Residence Hall, 1620 Olympia Ave.
Washington State University, Pullman, WA

TRANSPORTATION: Limited transportation will be provided. We will send a bus to western Washington for pick-ups and drop-offs along the route. Due to limited funding we are unable to provide airplane tickets for participants.

QUESTIONS: Please contact Tony Brave, outreach coordinator, at 509-335-6718 or via email at: anthony.brave@wsu.edu

Last Year’s Agenda:tentative workshop schedule

See a video of 2018 NY’EHE:

Registration

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

DEADLINE: June 14

 

2020 Flyer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Forms for Accepted Students: