We recently celebrated national Native American Heritage Month in November, and it offered us another opportunity to reflect upon the Johnson Scholarship Foundation’s mission to Indigenous People and its strategy to execute it. We have focused on business education since the mid-1990s, beginning with the Tribal College Entrepreneurship Scholarship, which is still our flagship program in Indian Country. The idea was that business education would lead to an increase in business activity, which would provide employment and a better standard of living on reservations. Read More
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Dedicated to creating paths to brighter futures, The Johnson Scholarship Foundation has invested in possibilities for over twenty-five years. Through thoughtful planning and strategic partnerships, The Foundation has built a network of innovative funding programs and progressive relationships with some of the country’s most respected and important community programs, schools, colleges and universities. Through the vision of our founder, Theodore R. Johnson, the Foundation has quietly and confidently enabled the education of thousands of disabled, economically disadvantaged and Indigenous Peoples.
With a mission of hope, encouragement and dedication, The Foundation believes that through education, all things are possible - careers are born, citizens become responsible and people become productive members of society.
Education creates opportunity for all.
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