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New Members Elected to Red Lake Nation College Student Govenmen

 

December 2, 2020

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RED LAKE, Nov. 30 - Red Lake Nation College (RLNC) student body recently elected new representatives to its Student Government for the 2020-21 academic year. Officers include Alyssa Webster, President, Terin Cobenais, Vice President, and Selena Beasley, Treasurer, along with three Directors; Bryan Johnson, Marjorie Skeie, and Carlos Devila.

The RLNC Student Government It is the voice of the student body and communicates student concerns to administration. The group also engages in and/or coordinates activities necessary for the purpose of advocating and supporting endeavors which focus on promoting quality in American Indian higher education. In the past, the Student Government has sponsored food drives and various fundraising activities to cover travel expenses to events like the annual American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Conference.

"Our Student Government is comprised of some of RLNC's best and brightest," says Dan King, RLNC President. "These students are leaders on campus. While serving in the Student Government, they will be mentored and will gain the experience and confidence necessary to go on to be leaders in their communities, Tribes, and beyond. That's our goal – to educate and, 'grow our own' leaders."

Membership in the RLNC Student Government is open to any student at RLNC and all students are encouraged to attend the group's monthly meetings.

About Red Lake Nation College

Red Lake Nation College (RLNC) -- A Great Place to Start! RLNC is a two-year tribal college located on the beautiful shores of Red Lake. It's state-of-the-art facilities, combined with Ojibwe language and culture, and globally-relevant courses, offer a unique combination of Native innovation and tradition that prepares students of all backgrounds for the twenty-first century job market. RLNC is currently a candidate for accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

 

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