Washington State University

Native Youth Exploring Higher Education

NYEHE 2017

NY'EHE Brings Native High School Students to WSU

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 will 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.

Throughout the five-day camp, we will be examining topics of interest to today’s tribal nations such as health, cultural preservation, and economic development. The students will form mock tribal councils, and through hands-on workshops will explore how higher education can serve their nations. A few of the workshops on the agenda are Food Sovereignty, Health Campaigns, Robotics, Sports Science, Podcast Making, Mural Painting, and cultural activities including Cedar Weaving, Salmon Smoking, Traditional Games, and Huckleberry Picking.

AGE: Students entering grades 9-10 in Fall 2017

WHEN: July 17-21, 2017

COST: FREE!

LOCATION: Washington State University, Pullman, WA


NY'EHE is made possible by support from Bonneville Power Administration.

Deadline to apply has passed

  

TENTATIVE AGENDA

NY'EHE Agenda

 

Apply Today! 

Deadline to apply is June 9, 2017

    Contact us for more info:

    Autumn Jones
    Native American Outreach Coordinator
    native@wsu.edu
    (509) 335-6718

    Native American Programs, PO Box 641046, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1046, 509-335-8618, Contact Us