Northwest Indian College Receives $110,000 for the Ké’ Early Childhood Initiative

The American Indian College Fund, Northwest Indian College, and the Lummi Community partners and families will engage in collaboration to strengthen the central role families play in early learning opportunities. We... read more

Celebrating Early Childhood Education at Northwest Indian College’s Graduation Ceremony

On Friday, June 20, 2014, Northwest Indian College celebrated its commencement at the beautiful Wexliem Community Building. The Class of 2014 consisted of 115 students earning either their two-year or four-year... read more

Convening of Sacred Little Ones Grantees at the College of Menominee Nation

The Menominee people were the gracious hosts of the Sacred Little Ones Annual Convening, which took place in June 2014. When we arrived, we were greeted by Dr. Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz, Sacred Little Ones Program... read more

Celebrating Early Childhood Education Students Dinner

"Celebrating Early Childhood Education Students” Dinner – Our spring celebration was designed to recognize the unique efforts and contributions that students have made to the ECE program at Northwest Indian College... read more

Sacred Books for Little Ones

The Wakanyeja Early Childhood Education Initiative tribal college grantees of Northwest Indian College, College of Menominee Nation, Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) and Ilisagvik College gathered for... read more

Associate of Applied Science - Transfer Degree in Early Childhood Education

Associate of Applied Science - Transfer Degree in Early Childhood Education is designed for people pursuing careers in the early care and education field. With a strong emphasis in early childhood, students are... read more

Early Learning Center Child Care

With our state license for child care now in place, we have the capacity to care for up to 18 infants and toddlers, from one month through 3 1/2 years old. Our primary goal is to serve NWIC students who are parents... read more

The Wakanyeja “Sacred Little Ones” early childhood education initiative is for
and by the Lummi Community’s children and families


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