A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

 

SOUTHEAST REGION
The Southeast Region offers scholarships. The SE Region provides this scholarship for Native American students to pursue a course of study leading toward an undergraduate or graduate degreeNative American students to pursue a course of study leading toward an undergraduate or graduate degreein natural resources, fisheries, wildlife management, resource recreation, conservation law enforcement, forestry, landmanagement or environmental science. The SE Region will announce when their 2020 scholarship is available.

An applicant should be a member of a federally recognized tribe from the southeast region which includes the states of (NC, SC, FL, MS, AL, LA, TX, OK, KS).  Must be enrolled full‐time at an accredited institution of higher education in a natural resource related field.  

PACIFIC REGION

The NAFWS – Pacific Region announces the availability of Two (2) $1000.00 scholarships. These scholarships will be awarded to Native American students pursuing a degree related to natural resources, fisheries, wildlife management, resource recreation, conservation law enforcement, or environmental sciences. The Pacific Region will announce when their 2020 scholarship is available.

 

 SOUTHWEST REGION
The NAFWS Southwest Region awarded scholarships in 2019. The scholarships were presented to Native American college students that are pursuing natural resources careers. 

PACIFIC REGION

The Pacific Region - Will inform us when the Region will be offering scholarships.

 GREAT PLAINS REGION

The Great Plains Region - Will inform us when the Region will be offering scholarships..