Catching The Dream Program

$5,000

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Founded in 1986, Catching the Dream strives to help improve the quality of life in Indian communities through the higher education of Indian people. We provide scholarship funds for students who demonstrate academic achievement, clearly defined goals, leadership, the determination to succeed, and the desire to return to their communities and help others realize their dreams. Catching the Dream, makes grants to Native college students and works to improve Indian schools. Since 1986, CTD has made scholarship awards to 1,266 students and has produced 921 graduates. We assist Indian schools in preparing students for success in college. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 8200 Mountain Road NE
  • Suite 203
  • Albuquerque , NM 87110
  • nscholarsh@aol.com
  • 505-262-2351

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Brionika H  on 1/9/2020 7:41:09 PM

I feel like this scholarship could offer me a lot, I mean I am still a high school student i graduate this years and it would help me in paying my fees for college and other financial things,

Jennifer B  on 12/29/2019 4:23:00 AM

This scholarship would help me complete my masters degree in psychology. I would like to pay on past and current student loans and prepare for the future ahead.

Kristina P  on 12/13/2019 10:50:42 PM

I am full Native American, Navajo. This scholarship will help me pay for books and classes to graduate soon.

Calvin Odeen  on 11/6/2019 1:47:49 PM

I am a senior at Preble High School in Green Bay, WI. My mother is 51% Menominee Native American. I have a blood quantum level of 1/4. Do I have being going to a native american school or entering a native american school to qualify?

Letasiilemiliona F  on 10/24/2019 12:39:56 PM

I am a high school senior and I am part Ojibwe and I would like to apply for this scholarship to help me pay my way through college. Thank you for this opportunity.

LAVERA H  on 10/2/2019 12:31:08 PM

Good Morning! Is this scholarship only for entry-level college students? I am looking, Graduate scholarships in these fields. Thanks for your assistance.

Ryne Little  on 9/16/2019 12:14:32 PM

I am a Cherokee college freshman in Agri Business. Can I apply?

hunter w  on 9/4/2019 2:08:56 PM

It says science and I were curious if behavior sciences counted.

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