Participating in a group called a cohort, students take part in a series of immersions that provide information and guidance on goal-setting and soft skills training, review of post-secondary opportunities and career planning, healthy choices, and Yuuyaraq lessons.
Tengluni is funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Alaska Native Education grants program.
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