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Gathering of the Tribes SRP

Native American Student Programs

Gathering of the Tribes Summer Residential Program

 

This exciting 8 day program is designed to give American Indian middle and high school students an opportunity to gain academic experience in a university setting at the University of California, Riverside. During the day, students will participate in various college courses, and personal development workshops. In the afternoons, they will engage in cultural and team building workshops, as well as fitness activities and a beach field trip. In addition, students will work with professors, college students, and invited American Indian community members as they discover and develop their career/lifetime goals. The program will end with a closing ceremony with certificates and awards. All students in the program will be available to UCR staff and students throughout their remaining years of high school, which will include guidance in choosing their coursework, financial aid, and applying to a university.

Don’t miss out… The Summer Program will cover most of your expenses during the week.  These include: housing, daily meals, course books, school supplies, and transportation during program activities.  (Note: Participants are responsible for transportation to and from UCR at the beginning and end of the program. The program will not cover transportation costs, but will provide pick up arrangements for participants who arrive via bus, train, airplane etc. All travel arrangements must be made by the parent/guardian.

Participants must satisfy the following criteria:

  • Have the desire to contribute to the American Indian community.
  • Plan to enroll in an institution of higher education.
  • Be a currently enrolled 8th -11th grade student (entering 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2023).
  • Complete entire application.
  • Upon acceptance, must provide a Negative COVID-19 test prior to attending the program.

*Application does not guarantee admission, please submit all documentation

Supported by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Gray Family Trust