School is ending for the year and our evaluation internships are beginning at AKA. This is my favorite time of year because I get the chance to work with students and together we learn about the importance of research and evaluation. This summer four interns will work on AKA research and evaluation projects on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. Interns come from a variety of academic disciplines and the our goal is to support Native students as they return to their homes for summer break and build capacity for research and evaluation. This summer we welcome Aryn Fisher, Kurri Harris, Conzeulo Lopez, and Kia Timber. Our interns are supported by several mentors in the community who make internships possible. Chief Dull Knife College, Gary Ramsey, Tony Prairiebear, Rufus Spear, and Desiree Restad we appreciate you!