Native American Peer Navigator – Tehya Jackson
Green River College created a peer navigator position to navigate and provide services and resources for the Indigenous student population. This year, Tehya has been involved with NASO and assumed a leader role within the organization. If you have any questions contact Tehya Jackson.
Native American Student Organization (NASO)
NASO is a studnet organization that strives for an interactive campus experience that promotes native excellence and leadership for our native students. Through educational workshops, cultural events, and transformative experiences NASO creates a space for native students to bring awareness and welcome those who are not connected to tribal communities or lifestyle. The organization seeks to create programs and/or initiatives on Green River’s campus. Also, work collaboratively with other student organizations and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to promote diversity and inclusivity campus-wide.
Students of Color Conference (SOCC)
The Students of Color Conference aims to support and encourage Washington State students to become more active proponents of their own education and life choices and expand on opportunities and possibilities for students to become agents of change. (SOCC, 2020)
Native American Student Success Summit
NSSS was founded at Highline College in 2016 through the leadership of Native educators and leaders from educational systems throughout the South King County area. Native Student Success Summit is designed to inspire and empower high school and college students to be successful in higher education and beyond