After school and in the summer, we provide Indigenous cultural, educational, and wellness activities.
Youth learn from Indigenous leaders, gain awareness of their heritage and history, and receive culturally relevant educational support that has long-term impact. Through this work, American Indian youth gain a strong Indigenous identity, become advocates for their culture, and succeed in school.
Summer 2022: American Indian Youth Enrichment Middle School Grades 5–8
August 22 – September 1
For American Indian youth who have completed grades 5–8 and live in St. Paul
You are invited to enjoy 2 weeks of learning Studio Art’s Painting and Metal Pour with professional artists. Students final project will be to create a mural for Department of Indian Works Food Shelf. Space is limited to 10 students grades 5-8. Program is completely free with materials provided and transportation assistance to Department of Indian Work, 3080 Centerville Road, Little Canada, 55117
Register by July 15; return completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions: Call (651) 789-3863
Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul
New mailing address:
1041 Grand Avenue, #312
Saint Paul, MN 55105