With the help of Larry Gianchetta, dean of the business school, the first AIBL group was formed.
The idea behind AIBL is that students must complete a journey that begins and ends with the tribal community.
During college, AIBL students are involved in many activities which help them grow professionally.
This summer, seven AIBL students are working in paid internships with the Montana Department of Transportation (DOT).
While AIBL director Henderson has done an incredible job developing AIBL, she is quick to give credit to the dean of UM's business school and AIBL board member Larry Gianchetta, who the group has given the Indian name Elk Running.
She travels to campuses to meet with university administrators and students who want to start AIBL chapters, and to Washington D.