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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
    From: Graylynn Jaysue Hudson Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2010 2:48 PM To: Mansel Adelbert Nelson; Sharon Singer Doctor; Loren Hudson Subject: Scholarships to
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      From: Graylynn Jaysue Hudson
      Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2010 2:48 PM
      To: Mansel Adelbert Nelson; Sharon Singer Doctor; Loren Hudson
      Subject: Scholarships to attend SAIGE Training Conference

      SAIGE is offering a limited number of scholarships for Native Students to attend the 2010 Training conference June 14-18, 2010 in Uncasville, Connecticut. The scholarships will include conference fee, airfare, hotel accommodations and per diem for meals.

      The youth track is open to Native students between the ages of 18 and 25 who can demonstrate they are currently enrolled in good standing at a accredited high school, college or university. Students must be interested in gaining a professional degree and in the possibility of pursuing a career with a government agency. SAIGE invites American Indian/Alaska Natives students to submit their application form, letter of reference, proof of school enrollment, and completed emergency medical information form for consideration to attend the conference. A short essay about their interest in
      government careers and information about themselves is also required.

      Completed application packets must be postmarked, faxed or electronic copies sent, no later than April 30,2010. To obtain a complete application visit our website at: www.saige.org<http://www.saige.org/> under youth track


      Graylynn Hudson
      Program Coordinator
      Career & Scholarship Office
      College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences
      www.nau.edu/cefns<http://www.nau.edu/cefns>

      phone: 928-523-5191
      fax: 928-523-2300
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