NAISEC

​​​​​​​The Office of Nati​ve American Programs at Central Michigan University invite all Native American students interested in exploring life at college to apply for the week-long North American Indigenous Summer Enrichment Camp. ​​

Participants: Native American students entering the 8th -12th grades in F​all 2015 are eligible to apply. The first 20 students who return completed a applications will be accepted into the program.

Where: Students will be housed in a residence hall and involved in activities
 within Central Michigan University’s campus.

Why: NAISEC aims to expose young Native people to higher education and improve participants’ understanding and perceived ability to succeed in a college setting. The following are key components of NAISEC:

Academic Understanding:

Students will learn how to take proper notes, prepare for exams and how to use the 
 University library for research.

Cultural Understanding:

Students will receive lessons on Anishinaabe language and history, contemporary issues in Native American communities and cultural leadership skills.

Preparing for College:

Students will attend workshops with admissions, career services and financial aid.

Critical Thinking:

Students will be challenged to look at issues from multiple perspectives rather than one, to see the impact of their ability.

Learning Community:

Students build team working skills and understand the value of working with others. 
 


​​2013 Native American Indigenous Summer Enrichment Camp 

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