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Consolidated Financial Statements
December 31, 2015
View attendance statistics including breakdowns of attendee race, gender, and STEM Interest areas for the 2017 AISES National Conference.
View photos, stories and conference highlights from the 2017 AISES National Conference in Denver, CO.
Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities for the 2016 AISES National Conference in Minneapolis, MN.
A white paper outlining six key recommendations for increasing Native American student participation and retention in STEM.
Learn more about AISES’ approach to Native American STEM workforce development, events, k-12 programming, college and graduate student programming, professional programming and new initiatives.
Native American mastery of STEM is fundamental to proactive management of tribal land and resources and overall economic success.
AISES is excited to announce a new K-12 program combining robotics and computer programming to increase awareness and interest in STEM and Computer Science (STEM+C) among Native American students.
Getting involved in a science fair can open up many doors for Natives students. The Power Up Science Fair Manual details the steps necessary to particpate in the National American Indian Virtual Science and Engineering Fair.
This tool kit was created as a resource for students and teachers to facilitate participation in the AISES science and engineering fair.
This tool kit was created as a resource for students and teachers
to facilitate participation in the AISES Energy Challenge.
Graph paper that can be printed and used for AISES Energy Challenge engineering notebook.
Winds of Change is the premier nationally distributed magazine published with a single-minded focus on career and educational advancement for American Indians/Alaska Natives/Native Hawaiians/First Nations, with an emphasis on STEM.
Winds of Change is published five times a year – four print issues and one digital-only issue. Learn about advertising opportunities in Winds of Change and on the AISES website.
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