All Native American High School Academic Team

CLOSED for the Academic Year 2016-2017.

Awarded to high school seniors who have outstanding academic achievements, leadership in school, civic and extracurricular activities, and motivation to serve and succeed. To be considered, nominees must have a have a minimum 3.3 GPA with an outstanding academic record; have demonstrated leadership and community service activities; and plan to be enrolled as a full time degree seeking college freshman in the fall.

All applicants must submit ONE “Tribal Eligibility Certificate”Tribal Eligibility Certificate (TEC). Visit to review the AIGC Online Application Instructions.

Please note that all applicants are notified by email via FELLOWSHIPS@AIGCS.ORG of award or denial. No information will be provided via telephone. If awarded, you will receive information regarding further instructions and additional required verifying documents.

All ANAHSAT awards are selected in late-spring each year and payment sent directly to each winner prior to their departure for their first year of college. This is to help defray the first-year costs for college freshmen.

$250 One-time Honorarium
Gates Millennium Scholars Staff
Supplemental Questions
  1. High School Name, HS City, HS State
  2. High School Graduation Date
  3. High School Cumulative GPA (Unweighted)
  4. What do you feel is your most outstanding intellectual endeavor or achievement? In 1,000 words or less, write a statement about your most interesting intellectual endeavor or achievement. This can include scholarly research, the arts, journalism, public affairs or community service. Please explain how this endeavor or achievement is significant or a potential benefit to your community. If you choose to write about a group project, be specific about the role you played in the project. Reviewers will consider originality of this endeavor or achievement, level of difficulty required to complete the associated task(s), potential or actual result of the endeavor or achievement and its significance to society.
  5. List honors and awards received for 10th, 11th and 12th grades
    • Dates of Honor/Award
    • How has this award impacted your collegiate or career goals?
    • Name of Honor/Award
    • Why do you feel you were given this Honor/Award?
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