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2019-2020 Birdwoman Scholar Spotlight: Corina Tsinnajinnie, San Diego State University

2019-2020 Birdwoman Scholar Spotlight: Corina Tsinnajinnie, San Diego State University

The Birdwoman Scholarship is a monetary grant awarded to Native American/Native Alaskan master’s or bachelor’s social work degree candidates in California. Birdwoman Scholarship recipients in the past have worked or volunteered in both public and nonprofit agency settings.

Today we’d like to highlight the last of our winners for the 2019-2020 school year.

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2019-2020 Birdwoman Scholar Spotlight: William Feather, MSW Candidate, Humboldt State University

The Birdwoman Scholarship is a monetary grant awarded to Native American/Native Alaskan master’s or bachelor’s social work degree candidates in California. Birdwoman Scholarship recipients in the past have worked or volunteered in both public and nonprofit agency settings.

For the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting each of our scholarship recipients for 2019.

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2019-2020 Birdwoman Scholar Spotlight: Beau Medicine Crow, BSW Candidate, CSU Sacramento

The Birdwoman Scholarship is a monetary grant awarded to Native American/Native Alaskan master’s or bachelor’s social work degree candidates in California. Birdwoman Scholarship recipients in the past have worked or volunteered in both public and nonprofit agency settings.

For the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting each of our scholarship recipients for 2019.

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2019-2020 Birdwoman Scholar Spotlight: Whitney Baugher, MSW Candidate, San Diego State University

The Birdwoman Scholarship is a monetary grant awarded to Native American/Native Alaskan master’s or bachelor’s social work degree candidates in California. Birdwoman Scholarship recipients in the past have worked or volunteered in both public and nonprofit agency settings.

For the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting each of our scholarship recipients for 2019.

Whitney Baugher ..Read More…

2018-2019 Birdwoman Scholarship Winner Spotlight

Shurene Premo, BSW Candidate 2019, San Diego University

Haganee Mum! Ne Naneehaa Shurene Premo, Ne Toka Badi Nythe. Hello everyone!

My name is Shurene Premo, and I am from Duck Valley, Nevada. I come from the Great Basin Territory and I carry the Tosa Wihi (White Knife) clan in my bloodline. I am representing ..Read More…

2018-2019 Birdwoman Scholarship Winner Spotlight

Rebecca J. Chavez, MSW Candidate 2019, California State University, Long Beach

When did your social work career start?

My social work career started in 2009, when I received an opportunity to be a youth advocate at Latino Family Center for teen moms. I was a mentor to young females who were in distress about their ..Read More…

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