My Brother's Keeper Native American Program
The purpose of the My Brother's Keeper Native American Program is to increase the academic achievement and college/career readiness of Native American students, with emphasis on boys and young men. In 2018, New York State Education Department (NYSED) awarded nearly $750,000 in MBK Native American grants to 11 school districts.
In 2019, NYSED announced $2.65 million in MBK Native American Program grants. Public school districts that are contracted with the NYSED Native American Education Unit for tuition, operating costs, and/or transportation are eligible for funding. The application deadline is December 6, 2019.
- MBK Native American Program 2019-2022 Grant Application deadline: December 6, 2019
- Questions & Answers: There were no questions submitted for the My Brother’s Keeper Native American Program application.
Archived grant application documents: