Tribal Colleges Extension
Colleges Extension Services competitive program provides
funding for the 1994 institutions to conduct non-formal
education and outreach activities to help meet the needs
of the Native American people and to provide essential
services to their communities.
Only 1994 land-grant institutions are eligible to apply
for funds under this program.
Targeted Areas of Support
- Community Resource and Economic Development
- Family Development and Resource Development
- 4-H and Youth Development
- Leadership and Volunteer Development
- Natural Resources and Environmental Management
- Nutrition, Diet, and Health
Awards are made directly to the 1994s and may be administered
by the 1994 institutions. At the discretion of a 1994 institution,
funds awarded may be administered by the 1994 institution
through a cooperative agreement with an 1862 institution
or an 1890 institution.
The funding for Fiscal Year 2007 is estimated at $3,100,000.
Results and Impacts
Several highly successful programs in the areas of nutrition
and health, natural resources, family resource management,
and youth development are affecting Native American communities
Gill, National Program Leader, Tribal Colleges Extension
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