Jack Martin, a junior at Brown University, didn’t know the first thing about an Ivy League education and recalls turning in his application at the last minute. He had no alumni to turn to and wished he did so he could hear their experience and learn from them.
It’s something that he doesn’t want other Native students to go through alone.
As president of the Ivy Native Council, Martin and fellow council members put together a panel discussion and college fair at the Navajo Education Center in Window Rock on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
The panel consisted of undergraduate and graduate students from Ivy League schools.
To read the full article, subscribe by going to www.navajotimes.com or pick up your copy of the Navajo Times at your nearest newsstand!