Camas Louge - Intro & Why NWIC
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I belong to the Klamath Murdoch, and you had Skin Tribes from southern Oregon. I currently live in the swinish Indian tribal community in northwest Washington state. With my wife and Children, I'm taking classes remotely as well as in person. I started college at Northwest Indian College last summer, and I'm now in my third quarter. I applied to North West Indian College to study for my bachelor of science and native environmental science. I chose the school because North West Indian College offers the only bachelor of science and native environmental science program in the world. I applied to the American Indian College Fund because it was a good opportunity for native students such as myself to receive scholarship funding before Cove it. I was a touring drummer and guitar player in the band. Black felt Eagle Scout due to their no longer being a touring music industry. I had to reevaluate and think about what I was going to Dio. Going to school is something I'd always wanted to do but didn't have the time because of taking care of my family and being on the road. So although this big change created a new obstacle, it also opened up a possibility to do something new, and I jumped on it. My favorite class I'm currently taking is carving. I love it because I get to work with my hands and be outdoors as well as doing something creative. I think the types of students who thrive at Northwest Indian College, or people who are good but taking the initiative and making sure they're getting their assignments and and who are good at communicating with the teachers and staff because everything is online these days, it is very important to make sure you stay on top of things.