Celebration of Indigenous Cultures

Please join us November 5, 2021

While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced our 2021 in-person celebration to be canceled, the need to celebrate our diverse communities is more urgent than ever. Join us this year for a look back at some the moments from these celebrations as we continue to honor the cultures, traditions, and the diversity within the Indigenous communities of Southwest Washington and Clark College.

History of the event

Since 2009, Clark College has celebrated Indigenous cultures during the first weekend of November (Native American Heritage Month) with a POWWOW that includes music, dance, food, vendors, honoring of veterans, and the announcement of the Dreamcatcher Scholarship honoring our vision of Educating for the Seventh Generation.

Dreamcatcher Scholarship

To receive an application packet to apply for the Dreamcatcher scholarship, please send an email to Rosalba Pitkin at rpitkin@clark.edu she will send you the application. The application must be turned in by email to Rosalba Pitkin rpitkin@clark.edu  or at the Diversity Center located in Gaiser Hall, Room 214 by Tuesday, Nov-02, 2021 by 12:00 p.m.

Please support our Indigenous Students achieve their educational goals by donating to the Dreamcatcher Scholarship
Ways to Donate:
Online: https://www.clarkcollegefoundation.org/campaign/give/
select “other” and note Dreamcatcher Scholarship in the comments box
Phone: 360-992-2301
Mail: Clark College Foundation
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver WA, 98663-3598. 

Contact mgolder@clark.edu with questions about this event.