Scholarships in the Division of Education Services

Winter Bass

Winter Bass says without the grants and scholarships she received from the Chickasaw Nation Division of Education Services, she wouldn't have pursued a higher education. And not only did she go to college, she also secured internships at the National Indian Education Association in Washington, D.C and with the Chickasaw Nation. Now, she works as an Education Specialist at the Division, and gives back to the very department that helped her succeed. 

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