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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
Get $$$ for school this summer!
Scholarship applications due March 15

Doyon Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for summer 2018 using our new online scholarship application. Basic scholarships available are $800 for part-time students and $1,200 for full-time students. The deadline to apply is Thursday, March 15, 2018. Learn more. Apply Now.

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Fall Scholarship Application Period Now Open

If you or someone you know is planning to attend school this fall, then be sure to mark your calendar for Tuesday, May 15. This is the deadline to apply for competitive and basic scholarships for the 2018 – 2019 academic year.

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Seat Open on Scholarship Review Committee

Doyon Foundation is seeking candidates for one open seat on our competitive scholarship review committee. Individuals interested in giving back and helping students achieve their full potential are encouraged to consider serving on this important committee, which reviews, evaluates and scores student competitive scholarship applications. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 27.

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Calling All 2018 Grads

Did you graduate this year? Or are you expecting to graduate in academic year 2017 – 18? We want to hear from you! We are asking all Doyon Foundation students who are graduating during the 2017 – 18 school year to complete a short graduate information form by Wednesday, April 25. Not graduating but know someone who is? Please help us spread the word!

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Pick. Click. Give. to Make Dreams Come True

Let’s work together to give students a head start on making their dreams a reality by Pick. Click. Giving. to support Doyon Foundation’s scholarship program! Please consider making you pledge by the March 31 PFD deadline.

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Grants up to $8,000 Available for Language Revitalization Projects

Deadline extended to Monday, March 26

To support the revitalization of Interior Alaska’s Native languages, Doyon Foundation will award grants of up to $8,000 to fund language revitalization projects through the Our Language grant program. The deadline to submit a proposal has been extended to Monday, March 26, 2018, at 5 p.m.

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Language Demos Now Available

Doyon Languages Online (DLO) is excited to announce our first series of demo language lessons! These demos provide short examples of the online language lessons the DLO project is creating.

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Han Demo Benhti Demo Holikachuk Demo Dinjii Demo Denaakke Demo

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To provide educational, career and cultural opportunities to enhance the identity and quality of life for Doyon shareholders.

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  • for Alaska Native People.


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