Longbow Golf Club in Walker hosted the 9th Annual Leech Lake Tribal College Golf Classic on June 27th. The event proceeds went to support the Benny Tonce scholarship and the LLTC Laker Athletic Programs.
The Bernick Family Foundation has a proud tradition of supporting the communities in which they serve by supporting organizations that reflect the family’s core values. Recently Jason Bernick visited the Leech Lake Tribal College campus to present his family’s generous gift of $10,000 for the LLTC Library Campaign. The Bernick Family Foundation strives to assist communities.
American Indian College Fund awards Leech Lake Tribal College with a three year $50,000 Traditional Arts Grant.
The fund is named after Leroy's uncle and late grandfather, whom he cites as key influences on his life.
LLTC accepts a $75,000 check, from the Teal family, for the new Library/Learning Center and this donation completes the fundraising campaign.
Congratulations go out to the students who participated in the 8th Annual Anishinaabe Quiz Bowl.
Do you have an interest in a career outdoors, protecting water, or just curious about the world around you? Plan to attend Leech Lake Tribal College’s Natural Sciences and Technology Open House on Wednesday, May 7th from 4-6 pm.
LLTC STEM Rocket Team competed in the First Nations Tribal Launch and Competition at Milwaukee, WI on April 5th, 2014.
Hundreds gathered together at Cass Lake-Bena High School to engage in cultural celebration during The Leech Lake Tribal College’s Anwebiwin Niimi’idiwin (Resting Pow-Wow) named in honor of Gaawitaasiban (Benny Tonce).
AIHEC held their annual Student Conference in Billings, Montana on March 15th-18th. Leech Lake Tribal College was well represented as President Dr. Don Day and LLTC Student of the Year Vincent Morris were in attendance for the Conference.