AIOIC Receives Equality Appropriation for ABE Program
AIOIC President Joe Hobot interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio
Takoda Prep student honored with a “Beat the Odds” Scholarship
Star Tribune did an article about how AIOIC’s Takoda Institute helps minorities enter the tech field.
Minnesota Public Radio did a story on Minnesota’s education disparities and why adult basic education programs are critical for the state’s success.
Bring Me The News wrote an article exploring American Indian’s struggles to enter the workforce and cited AIOIC’s 1 In 2 blog post as a major force behind the coverage. AIOIC President Joe Hobot is also quoted in the article.
The Star Tribune covered the story of Takoda Prep’s students’ trip to Cambridge, MN to spread wild rice with a new team up of nonprofits, Inquiry and Great River Greening.
AIOIC President Joe Hobot is interviewed by various local media, including CBS and Kare 11
St. Paul, Minneapolis Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Every day, Priestess Bearstops has a choice: Minneapolis street life, or a life a little more ordinary
Takoda Institute student-volunteers helped residents fix their devices and taught them about Internet security. Read more in this article published by the Minneapolis Star Tribune