Cherokee students are motivated and eager to fulfill their learning potential. Sadly, less than 10% receive funding from the tribe for higher education and less than 5% receive civic education opportunities.
With your help, we’ll boost this percentage and help increase our all of our communities understanding of Cherokee patriotism, identity, nationality, and sovereignty.
The Cherokee PINS Online Education program focuses on community education in conjunction with community engagement. With the goal of providing up-to- date and practical information that is easily accessible and at no cost, the series of webinars is designed to promote Cherokee patriotism, identity, nationality, and sovereignty (PINS). Archived presentations (slides and audio) from past webinars are made available on the PINS Project YouTube Channel for easy access to high school JOM programs and individuals that have the desire to learn.
We need your help to keep providing free educational opportunities to our future Cherokee Leaders.