Navajo Preparatory School has several different kinds of scholarships available for students. Each scholarship has its own application process and deadlines set forth each year. Please use the links below to apply for each scholarship.
Náátsʼiilid (Rainbow) Scholarship Fund
Nááts’iilid (Rainbow) Scholarship Fund
c/o Navajo Preparatory School, Inc.
1220 West Apache Street
Farmington, New Mexico 87401
Contact Betty Ojaye for applications (for Seniors ONLY)
Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives
Eve’s Fund was created for Native American Health Initiatives. Since the scholarship’s inception in 2011, Eve’s Fund has donated to 32 students at Navajo Preparatory School receiving a total of $48,000 in scholarship support. This is the 8th year the School has received a generous donation from Eve’s Fund, some of whom received financial support for a full 4 years for their time at Navajo Prep.
Scholarship recipients were selected based on application and supporting materials. The Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives promotes literacy, injury prevention, mental health and educational programs for young Native Americans. It was established in 2005 by Dr. Robert M. Crowell, retired neurosurgeon, in memory of his deceased daughter, Eve Erin Crowell. Navajo Prep School thanks Eve’s Fund for this generous donation which will help students receive a quality education. Click here to learn more about Eve’s Fund and to donate: http://evecrowellsfund.org/
Florinda Attson (Freshman)
Irvilinda Bahe (Senior)
Joshua Begay (Freshman)
Adinidiin Davis (Senior)
Hannah Dayzie (Sophomore)
Sky Harper (Junior)
Keona Hosteen (Junior)
Caitlan Nockideneh (Senior)
Keanu Reed (Senior)
Kyla Watchman (Freshman)
Keithen Woody (Junior)
San Juan Rotary Club
The San Juan Rotary Club of San Juan County, NM awards one $500.00 scholarship each year to an incoming freshman student. San Juan Rotary Club members are business and professional leaders who volunteer in their communities and promote world understanding and peace. It is a service organization and one of the criteria of the scholarship is that students must be involved either on campus or in their hometown communities.
SY2019-2019 Award Recipient Baahozohnii Largo
Clans: Ashiihi, Kinyaanii, Todichinii, Tsayiskidnii
“Hello, my name is Baahozohnii Largo. I come from a small community called Casamero Lake. Most of the people in my community never attended college or finished high school. I feel like me receiving this scholarship would help kids understand that they don’t have to be rich to get a good education and that they start taking education seriously. I hope to achieve a lot of things. For one I would like to get all A’s. For higher education I’m currently aiming for LA Film School. There I hope to study animation, audio technology, and graphic designing. I feel like this scholarship will help bring me one step closer by eliminating some financial hardships. Now I can apply myself more towards my academics and hopefully, accomplish my goals. Thank you very much San Juan Rotary Club for supporting my efforts in school.”
Office of Dine Youth
If you are seeking scholarship information for attending Navajo Preparatory School, you may contact the Department of Dine Education, Office of Dine’ Youth in Window Rock, Arizona at (928) 871-6518 . The high school preparatory school application is located under the download text. If you have been selected to receive a scholarship award, please submit your award letter notification to Navajo Preparatory School Business Office as soon as possible for proof of the scholarship award.
FULL CIRCLE SCHOLARSHIP
The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking under- graduate and graduate degrees at: – Tribal colleges & universities – All nonprofit & accredited schools:
- Tribal colleges and universities
- All non-profit & accredited schools
- DEADLINE – Full Circle scholarship applications are accepted every year from Jan 1 – May 31. The American Indian College Fund determines student eligibility and awards the scholarships. All applicants are emailed an award or denial notice by August. Those applicants who are chosen to receive a scholarship will also receive a mailed notice to the address listed on their applications.
Souder Miller & Associates
SMA supports lasting positive goals in tribal communities by bridging our commitment to providing successful projects with an active investment into tribal capacity development. SMA contributes to capacity development through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) scholarships to Native American undergraduate students, through mentoring and through hiring practices.
The SMA STEM Scholarship program has now contributed $113,500 to 24 undergraduate students. Our team of professionals also donate time and resources to important student functions including sponsoring the New Mexico RES Conference Student Day, mentoring at the Santa Fe Indian School, mentoring students through their efforts to pursue STEM careers and even hosting several college interns each semester in the office.
Souder, Miller & Associates offers a $1,500 scholarship opportunity to Native American students pursuing a four-year degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics. The scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, books or on-campus housing/meals. Automatic approval for up to a maximum of four academic years is at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.
Eligible scholarship applicants must be:
- Enrolled member of a Pueblo or Tribe and a high school graduate by June 2018 who has been accepted by an accredited U.S. college or university, or
- Enrolled member of a Pueblo or Tribe and a college STEM student currently enrolled at an accredited college or university.
Any questions regarding the program should be forwarded to the scholarship committee at: [email protected]