Cherokee Nation Foundation hosting 6th annual ACT prep camp

Pictured: A group of students gather at the Cherokee Nation Foundation’s 2018 ACT Prep Camp at NSU. (L – R) Hunter Thorsen, Owasso High School; Kyle Woods, Mount St Mary Catholic School in Oklahoma City; Dezi McGee, Oologah High School; Chloe Thorsen, Owasso High School; Braxton Bowen, Har-Ber High School in Springdale, AR; and Brody Allen, Jay High School.(Photo: Cherokee Nation Foundation)

Applications for Cherokee Nation Foundation sixth annual ACT prep camp June 3-8 at Northeastern State University accepted through May 15

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Cherokee Nation Foundation

Cherokee Nation Foundation is now accepting applications for its sixth annual ACT prep camp June 3-8 at Northeastern State University.

The free camp is offered to Native students in the preparation of their junior and senior year of high school. Students will gain 16 hours of intensive ACT prep instruction as well as college workshops focusing on admissions, financial aid, scholarship opportunities, and time management. At the end of the weeklong camp, students will take the official ACT test at Northeastern State University.

All lodging, meals, and testing expenses are provided by Cherokee Nation Foundation, Cherokee Nation Businesses, and Northeastern State University.

Applications will be accepted through May 15 and are available online at Preference is given to Cherokee Nation citizens.

For more information, contact Marisa Hambleton at or call the Cherokee Nation Foundation at (918) 207-0950.

About Cherokee Nation Foundation

The Cherokee Nation Foundation is a nonprofit organization serving the Cherokee Nation, a federally recognized tribe of more than 360,000 citizens. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities to Cherokee students so that they can reach their full potential. The Cherokee Nation Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. For more information, please visit 

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