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Scholarship Deadlines
Deadline Type of Scholarship Semester
May 15 Basic and Competitive Fall
November 15 Basic Spring
March 15 Basic Summer

Please note: If a deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the deadline will automatically be adjusted to the next business day. For example, the November 2014 deadline will be Monday, November 17, as November 15 is a Saturday.

What's New
Hayton Selected as Speaker at First Fairbanks TEDx Event

Allan Hayton, Doyon Foundation’s language revitalization program director, has been selected to speak at TEDxFairbanks 2016, which is the first Tedx event to be held in Fairbanks. The event will take place on Sunday, February 21. Read more

2015 At a Glance
Strategic Plan Guides Foundation Language Revitalization Program
“Anything is Possible” When You Pick. Click. Give.
Alaskans Pick. Click. Give!
Students to Receive Larger Scholarships Starting Fall 2015
2015 Graduation Yearbook Available
Students Encouraged to Leave a Message
Family Seeks Support for New Memorial Scholarship
Application Process Moves Online
Support Scholarships While You Shop
December 2015 Native Word of the Month
Student Profile: Neal Charlie
Alumna Profile: Whitney Frank
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Language Grants of up to $5,000 Available

Submit Proposals by February 12, 2106

The Doyon Foundation Language Revitalization Program will award six language revitalization grants up to $5,000 each. These grants will be awarded to organizations who wish to undertake a project to revitalize their Native language. Proposals are due by February 12, 2016. To learn more, view our flyer or download the application packet.

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The Late Reverend Traditional Chief Doctor David Salmon   "Athabascans never give up - they always keep going - for 10,000 years. Education is the most important weapon for Athabascan people today - use your education in a good way."

- The Late Reverend Traditional Chief
Doctor David Salmon