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The CIRI Foundation (TCF) administers the following village scholarship and grant programs and is proud to support their members, descendants and original enrollees: Ninilchik Native Association Inc.
and Salamatof Native Association Inc.

Ninilchik Native Association, Inc.

Scholarship and Grant Program

The Ninilchik Native Association, Inc. (NNAI) Scholarship and Grant program is available to original enrollees of NNAI and their lineal descendants (natural or adopted). Eligible applications can be simultaneously considered for both an NNAI and TCF award. There are two deadlines for scholarships applicants and one deadline for vocational training applicants.

Ninilchik Native Association Inc. Scholarship and Grant Program – established in 1992.
Scholarship Deadlines: June 1 and December 1
Vocational Training Grant deadline: June 30

AMOUNT: Up to $1500.

Requirements:

  • NNAI original enrollee or direct lineal descendant – a written statement or enrollment card will be requested to verify your eligibility for these programs.
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Enrolled in one of the following degree programs: undergraduate, graduate, or vocational training/certificate-seeking program
  • Must be attending an accredited institution
  • A 2.5 cumulative grade point average or higher

Award Details:

  • Eligible to receive up to $1500 (subject to available funding)

Award Terms:

  • Upon receiving an award, students must maintain all eligibility requirements in order to remain in good standing with TCF and remain eligible for future funding
  • Fund uses: direct educational expenses including tuition, student registrations fees, course-required book/supplies, and on-campus house and meal plans.
  • Applicants will be evaluated based on the information submitted with their application.
  • Awards are subject to available funding.

Salamatof Native Association, Inc.

Scholarship and Grant Program

The Salamatof Native Association, Inc. (SNAI) Scholarship and Grant program is available to original enrollees of SNAI, their lineal descendants (natural or adopted) and their spouses. Eligible applications can be simultaneously considered for both an SNAI and TCF award. There are two deadlines for scholarships applicants and one deadline for vocational training applicants.

Salamatof Native Association Inc. Scholarship and Grant Program – established in 1992.
Scholarship Deadlines: June 1 and December 1
Vocational Training Grant deadline: June 30

AMOUNT: Up to $2500/$2250 per term for full-time/part-time students

Requirements:

  • SNAI original enrollee, direct lineal descendant, or spouse – a written statement or enrollment card will be requested to verify your eligibility for these programs.
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Enrolled in one of the following degree programs: undergraduate, graduate, or vocational training/certificate-seeking program
  • Must be attending an accredited institution
  • A 2.5 cumulative grade point average or higher

Award Details:

  • Up to $2500/$2250 for full-time/part-time students (subject to available funding)

Award Terms:

  • Upon receiving an award, students must maintain all eligibility requirements in order to remain in good standing with TCF and remain eligible for future funding
  • Fund uses: direct educational expenses including tuition, student registrations fees, course-required book/supplies, and on-campus house and meal plans.
  • Applicants will be evaluated based on the information submitted with their application.

Awards are subject to available funding.