Welcome to the CCRC Page!  At Gallup Christian School we are doing our very best to provide our students, no matter the age, with the best in Christian Education and preparation for the future. So, as our GCS juniors and seniors approach some weighty decisions on college and career, we offer CCRC (Career and College Readiness Course) *free of charge to better help them solidify these new and hopefully rewarding paths! (*made for Jrs. and Seniors BUT open to all those interested in the beginning stages of mapping out the future... not just having an "idea").

CCRC will continue to be headed up by our principal Eric Taylor and his wife Dr. Felicia Taylor, who, just last year, helped Gallup Christian's biggest graduating class get out to an amazing start with real plans and not just dreams or wishes concerning the future. As the Taylors have run their own outside business doing much the same work successfully, we know that our students are uniquely poised to succeed! 

GCS, welcome to your future!!!

WE BEGIN: MONDAY 1/23/2017 (2:30-3:30PM), next meeting time posted after class today.

Questions on a career/vocation path or where your skills lie?-CHECK OUT O-NET HERE!

Native American Scholarships to notice:

UNM- (*you are not necessarily required to attend UNM to receive the scholarship monies)                             American Indian Student Services

American Indian College Fund- here!

UNM-Gallup- (*you are not necessarily required to attend UNM to receive the scholarship monies)

             Scholarship Offerings

FastWeb (College Scholarship Search)- here!



Phillip and Catherine VanAllsburg Scholarship

*Requirements available upon request.


Jolene Sexton Scholarship

*Requirements available upon request.

AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! (*see links and explanations below)

Here is a list of free money for college! How bad do you want it will determine how many of these you will fill out! Any money that is left over after all your school bills are taken care of will go to your pocket!!

1.Application deadlines vary for scholarships offered by the American Indian College Fund. For more information, visit CollegeFund.org.

2.Catching the Dream operates three scholarship programs for Native students—MESBEC, the Native American Leadership Education program and the Tribal Business Management program. MESBEC includes math, engineering, science, business, education and computers and is fund’s oldest program. The deadline for the spring semester is September 15. For more information, visit CatchingtheDream.org.

3.The American Indian Science and Engineering Society provides scholarships to Native students in an effort to increase the representation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in STEM—science, technology, engineering and math—fields. For more information, visit AISES.org.

4.The Association on American Indian Affairs began in 1922 as the Eastern Association on Indian Affairs. It was started to help protect the land rights of a group of Pueblo. It became the AAIA in 1946 and awarded its first scholarship in 1948. For more information, visit Indian-Affairs.org.

5. Jana’s Kids foundation @ http://www.janaskids.org/

6. American Indian Graduate Center @ http://www.aigcs.org/. WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE COBELL SCHOLARS PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION. The American Indian Graduate Center will manage the Cobell Scholars Program which was established as a result of the Cobell v. Salazar litigation. The Cobell Scholars Program is intended to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native students to defray the cost of attendance at both post-secondary vocational schools and institutions of higher education, including graduate and professional schools. ELIGIBILITY: Scholarships in various amounts are awarded to U.S. Federally-recognized American Indian and Alaska Native community members (students) who are vocational certificate-seeking or associate, bachelor, graduate and professional degree-seeking students in full-time, accredited, non-profit institutions in the United States; and who are able to demonstrate financial need through the submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A complete application will consist of: 1. A completed General Application (deadline June 1); and, 2. Completion of Cobell Scholars opportunity-specific questions (deadline June 1); and, 3. Tribal Eligibility Certificate (due July 15) which is also available at aigcs.org in the Scholarships section titled Online Application Instructions; and, 4. Financial Needs Form (due July 15) which is also available at aigcs.org in the Scholarships section titled Online Application Instructions. All eligible students are highly encouraged to complete the Cobell Scholars application for funding consideration. Take time to peruse the online application system as you may be eligible for other opportunities. For more information and to apply, please visit aigcs.org, review the instructions and qualifications, then select “Apply/Check Status” on the right hand side of the page.

7. IHS scholarships: www.ihs.gov/scholarship

8. List of many more college/tribe/state specific Native American Scholarships: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/scholarships

9. http://www.fastweb.com/

10. Chief Manuelito Scholarship:

11. Gates Millenium Scholarship:

12. NEW!!! "Careers & Classes" here!

13. NEW!!! SCHOLLY here! (*yep... the one featured on the show Shark Tank!)

14. NEW!!! thesalliemaefund.org here!

15. Native Science Initiative here!