The Alaska Native Justice Center hired Maude Blair as Tribal Justice Manager and Samantha Cherot as Managing Attorney.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council held a grand opening for Denełchin Lab, an expanded maker space in Muldoon for education, entrepreneurship, and cultural connection.
A million-dollar gift from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust helps Cook Inlet Tribal Council expand its Super Fab Lab, supporting STEAM education.
Each year, approximately 2,000 students statewide take part in Native Youth Olympics junior and senior games, athletic contests based on skills crucial to Alaska Natives people’s traditional way of life. More than just a display of athletic prowess, the events focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, positive self-esteem, leadership skills, and good sportsmanship through friendly athletic competition.
A new batch of entrepreneurs are the first graduates from Indigenous Set Up Shop, a partnership of Anchorage Community Land Trust and CITC.
Five business leaders are joining the Alaska Business Hall of Fame, selected by their peers and to be honored by Junior Achievement.
The 2014 video game, based on Iñupiaq folklore, is one of the first awarded for Digital and Interactive Storytelling.
At a time of rising unemployment, the web-based portal gives Cook Inlet Tribal Council a powerful tool to connect job seekers to available Alaska-based positions and career resources.