35th Annual Health Summit
January 16-18―Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage: The 2018 summit theme is “Finding Our Way Forward” and the conference focuses on building public health system capacity, health promotion, health protection and security, public health research and evaluation, and emerging issues.
Meet Alaska Conference & Tradeshow 2018
January 19 - Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage:Join us for the largest one-day energy conference in Alaska, includes educational forums and a tradeshow. Sponsorship levels range from $500-$5,000. Benefits include company exposure to more than 500 industry professionals and media recognition.
Alaska Marine Science Symposium
January 22-26―Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage: Scientists, researchers, and students from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond come together to communicate research activities in the marine regions of Alaska.
Junior Achievement of Alaska Awards Banquet
January 25―Dena'ina Center, Anchorage: Four new Alaskans will be inducted and recognized with this prestigious award. Attended by more than 400 business representations, the program consists of a networking reception, dinner, and awards ceremony.
Anchorage AEYC Early Childhood Conference
January 25-27―Hilton Anchorage: The 2018 theme is “Big or Small, Success for ALL: Supporting the Leaders of Tomorrow.” Join other early childhood community members to learn new strategies, hear about the latest research, try out a few practical techniques, and discover new tools and resources to help face any challenge related to working with young children.
Alaska Statewide Special Education Conference
February 3-9―Hilton Anchorage Hotel: The Alaska Statewide Special Education Conference (ASSEC) is committed to providing high quality professional development relevant to the cultural, rural, and remote characteristics of Alaska. Join national recognized speakers, as well as knowledgeable local experts for three days of conference workshops and credit courses.
Alaska Optometric Association CE Conference
February 7-10―Land’s End Resort, Juneau: The mission of the AKOA is to influence the future of eye care by ensuring the welfare of Alaskans and promoting the continued development of the profession of optometry.
Alaska Surveying & Mapping Conference
February 12-16― Anchorage: This is the 52nd annual conference.
Alaska Forum on the Environment
February 12-16―Dena'ina Center, Anchorage: The Alaska Forum on the Environment is Alaska's largest statewide gathering of environmental professionals from government agencies, non-profit and for-profit businesses, community leaders, Alaskan youth, conservationists, biologists, and community elders.
ASTE Annual Conference
February 17-20―Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage: This is the educational technology conference of the Alaska Society for Technology in Education. This years’ theme: Personalize Your Playlist.
AML Winter Legislative Meeting
February 20-22―Juneau: The Alaska Municipal League is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization of 162 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing more than 97 percent of Alaska’s residents.
Engineers Week Banquet
February 25 - Egan Center, Anchorage: Evening program includes Engineering Excellence - Project of the Year Awards, Engineer of the Year Award, AEEF Scholarship Winner Announcements, dinner, and guest speaker Paul M. Whitmore.
Alaska Forest Association Spring Meeting
March 1-2―Baranof Hotel, Juneau: The Alaska Forest Association can be characterized as a high profile industry trade association. Its members hold in common general business interests in the timber industry of Alaska.
Alaska Library Association Annual Conference
March 8-11―Den’aina Center, Anchorage: AkLA is a nonprofit professional organization for the employees, volunteers, and advocates at academic, public, school, and special libraries of all sizes in Alaska, as well as library products and services vendors. This year’s theme is “Bridging the Gaps.”
Alaska Academy of Family Physicians Winter Update
March 9-11: Hotel Alyeska, Girdwood―This is the 20th Annual Winter Update and offers an opportunity to earn fifteen CME.
Alaska Anthropological Association Annual Meeting
March 21-24―Egan Center, Anchorage: The annual meeting includes workshops, an evening reception for information and registration, paper presentations, and an awards banquet, business meeting, and the Belzoni meeting.
Alaska Miners Association 26th Biennial Convention
March 26-31--Carlson Conference Center, Fairbanks: This convention offers practical courses and technical sessions for mining professionals. Courses include updates on industry policy and projects, equipment and technology, and refreshers on MSHA Surface and Underground. The convention also features guest speakers, breakfast, lunch, meeting rooms, and network opportunities.
2018 Alaska Young Professionals Summit
March 30-31 - Dena'ina Center, Anchorage: This Summit hosts immersive workshops and compelling seminars presented by successful and experienced government, business, and community leaders, and other experts in their field. Programs and events are geared towards all levels of employees and executives, and welcomes professionals of all industries. You can expect to see the following topics included in the Summit: Entrepreneurship, Corporate and Strategic Planning, Business Development, Innovation and Technology, Young Professionals 101, Diversifying Resources, and other engaging and educational tracks.