Education Hurdles

Schools throughout the nation are facing a teacher shortage, and nowhere is this felt more starkly than in Alaska, where a large number of educators are recruited from the Lower 48.

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North x North Summit & Festival

May 1-5

May 1-5 the Anchorage Museum hosts the third-annual North x North Summit & Festival.

AOGA Conference 2019: Alaska, Back on the Map

May 30

This year’s theme, “Alaska: Back on the Map,” recognizes the role Alaska will play in securing America’s energy security for years to come.

Featured Events

Urban Harvest: What’s Happening in Your Back Yard

April 23

What are you growing? What do you want to grow? Where can we grow more food in Anchorage? Come to this drop-in lunch hour in the Why What How We Eat exhibition to discuss these topics and more. Featured author Liz Snyder, PhD, from the Food Research, Enterprise, and Sustainability Hub (FRESH) discusses various urban agriculture projects happening throughout Anchorage and opportunities for the future of urban agriculture in Alaska. Included with admission.

Tech Forward Alaska 3.0 Luncheon

May 1 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Alaska is home to a small, but growing, tech community. There are a cadre of entrepreneurs who are creating cutting edge technologies here in the 49th state and gaining recognition and customers in the Lower 48 and around the world. The potential opportunities for this sector to flourish here are very real, but not always discussed enough in conversations about growing and diversifying the state’s economy.

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The 2019 Alaska Business Corporate 100 Directory

April 2019

Ranked by Alaska employees, these outstanding organizations are keeping Alaskans at work.