Desert Sun: ‘We’re still growing’: Tribal college in Palm Desert pushes forward virtually amid COVID-19RMarianoCINC2021-01-11T02:03:32-07:00
Thank you to the Desert Sun for this wonderful article about the College and our students. https://www.desertsun.com/story/news/education/2021/01/09/palm-springs-area-tribal-college-pushes-forward-despite-covid-19/6548219002/?fbclid=IwAR2HYiW0erfH01jeCP2KRTcFEN_Vb5G_elGBtR_Jq1QU2jBx7uHLQRKM8fE
Giving Tuesday December 1, 2020 “California Indian Nations College is a unique opportunity to increase Native student college graduation rates while nurturing the spirit and soul. Course work allows students to take accredited courses for transfer to a four-year college or university in a setting of acceptance and cultural growth.” ~ James C. Ramos (San Manuel Band of Mission Indians) California State Assemblymember, District 40 For this year's Giving Tuesday, we hope that you consider giving to the California Indian Nations College. We are an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit, two-year tribal college chartered by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians. While our home is in the Southern California [...]
We would like to thank Keynote Speakers Chairman Ken Ramirez of San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and CINC alum Roseanne Rosenthal, Special Guest Chairman Jeff Grubbe of Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, World Champion Youth Hoop Dancer Nanabah Keediniihii, and Pai Nik Tem Bird Singers of Agua Caliente for joining our students in Family Night.
We are honored to have sworn in 3 new Board of Trustee Members for 2020. Please welcome Chairman Jeff Grubbe, Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, and Heather Torres to the California Indian Nations College Board!