The Cherokee Nation Foundation is a nonprofit organization serving the Cherokee Nation, a federally recognized tribe of more than 300,000 citizens.
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Cherokee Nation is now accepting grant applications for its fall education tours. The sponsored tours provide an exclusive look at Cherokee Nation’s rich history and culture.
The Cherokee Heritage Center is now accepting artwork for the 21st annual Homecoming Art Show. Online submissions must be received no later than Aug. 10 to be considered for the show.
Cherokee Nation citizen and staff attorney for Cherokee Nation Businesses
Tralynna Scott recently spoke at the inaugural Native American Women’s Leadership Training conference in Anaheim, California.
Legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd is bringing their Southern-style guitar rock to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Sept. 17. Tickets start at $55 and go on sale July 14.

New Opportunities

Franklin Electric in Wilburton is interested in sponsoring a student to attend college in Fall 2016 at OSU Institute of Technology to pursue a manufacturing degree. The sponsorship includes an annual scholarship of approximately $1,000-$1,500 (dependent upon GPA), paid internship in the fifth semester of the program (approximately $14/hour), and full-time employment at the Wilburton facility upon graduation. Contact nate.todd@okstate.edu or 918-293-5296.