UC American Indian Counselors & Recruiters Association

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Mission Statement

The University of California American Indian Counselors & Recruiters Association (UCAICRA) was developed in 1976.  The goal of the association was to act as a system wide work group designed to provide informational outreach services to the American Indian communities throughout the state targeting students, families, counselors and the community at large.  Historically, the association was designed as informational outreach, but as an increasing need to provide students assistance at an earlier age, has provided awareness to the group to increase services beyond just information.

Campus Participation
Participation is by all 10 campuses and National Laboratories
The Laboratory settings provide an excellent opportunity for internships in the students field.

Summer Programs
Often fully funded Summer Programs allow students to experience the University of California campuses on a first hand experience.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 June 2011 21:00


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