Please see the below information about an upcoming job fair at Doyon, Limited.

White House Internship Program

The internship affords students, recent graduates, and veterans an opportunity to gain professional experience and develop leadership skills. The program is designed to be hands-on to strengthen understanding of the Executive Office and prepare students for public service careers.

The program is available to current undergraduate or graduate students, undergraduate and graduate students who have graduated within the last two years, and veterans who have served on active duty within the last two years. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.

This internship is unpaid; interns will need to fund their own transportation, housing, meals, and other associated costs.

The deadline to apply for the spring 2015 semester internship is September 7, 2014.

Applications must be submitted online and must include two essays, a current resume, and two letters of recommendation. Click here to view all the requirements and to start the application.

Visit the program’s FAQ webpage for more information about this exciting opportunity.

Want to be part of the team that helps shareholders realize their dreams? Doyon Foundation is currently seeking applicants for our administrative assistant job opening, a full-time, Fairbanks-based position.

This employee works closely with the executive director, provides administrative duties and board support that enables the Foundation to operate efficiently. Our administrative assistant also works with the Foundation team to support the language revitalization program, scholarship programs, community relations and fund development.

Learn more and apply on the Doyon, LImited website!

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR RETURNING STUDENTS

University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) students who are returning or who have returned to further their education after a minimum five-year gap in attendance at any college or university are eligible for the following two scholarships:

OSHER REENTRY SCHOLARSHIP

To qualify for this scholarship, a student must:

  1. Be admitted to a UAF bachelor’s degree program at the start of the fall 2014 semester
  2. Be pursuing a first bachelor’s degree
  3. Enroll at least half-time (6 credits) for the fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters (may not be enrolled exclusively in online courses)
  4. Demonstrate academic promise and a commitment to obtaining their degree
  5. Return to or have returned to postsecondary education after a cumulative time away of 5 or more years (That is, you must have some previous college credits that are five or more years old, from any college or university. You must also have had gaps in your education that totaled at least five years, then have returned or plan to return to at least half-time enrollment.)
  6. Anticipate participation in the workforce for a significant period of time after graduation

Preference for this scholarship will be given to eligible students who:

  1. Are between 25 and 50 years old at the start of the fall 2014 semester
  2. Are returning Osher Reentry Scholars who have reapplied
  3. Are newly returning students

Award Amount: This scholarship will be a tuition waiver of up to $5,000 for at least 10 students and possibly several alternates for the 2014-15 school year.

Application Procedure: Write a 400 to 600 word essay on your inspiration to return to school. Submit the essay along with the rest of the Osher Scholarship application available online at tinyurl.com/1415Osher

Deadline: For priority consideration, apply by 5pm Friday, August 15, 2014

GEORGE W. AND MARY A. JONES SCHOLARSHIP

To qualify for this scholarship, a student must:

  1. Be admitted to a University of Alaska Fairbanks degree program at the start of the fall 2014 semester
  2. Enroll at least half-time (6 credits) for the fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters
  3. Return to or have returned to postsecondary education after a cumulative time away of five or more years (That is, you must have some previous college credits that are five or more years old, from any college or university. You must also have had gaps in your education that totaled at least 5 years, then have returned or plan to return to at least half time enrollment.)

Award Amount: $1,000 for the 2014/2015 school year

Application Procedure: Write a 400 to 600 word essay on family, financial or personal adversity resulting in a challenge to attend a higher educational institution. Submit the essay along with the rest of the George W. and Mary A. Jones Scholarship application available online at tinyurl.com/1415Jones.

Deadline: For priority consideration, apply by 5 P.M. Friday, August 15, 2014

Apply for the September Doyon Universal Services Facilities Training Program at www.doyon.com today! The deadline is August 18. Any questions can be directed to the DUS shareholder outreach department at 1-888-478-1300 or aloysiusl@doyonuniversal.com.

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Taken from the Doyon, Limited Newsletter:

The Alaska Native Heritage Center will host two one-week Athabascan language learning gatherings in Anchorage August 3 – 8 and August 11 – 16. The gatherings will take place 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and include materials and meals for participants. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis and early registration is encouraged.

The language workshops are funded by Doyon, Limited’s Athabascan language revitalization initiative, allowing the Alaska Native Heritage Center to offer the events for free to individuals committed to learning and practicing the language.

Each gathering will host 30 – 40 language learners and will include games and hands-on activities. The events will utilize various learning style tools such as “Where are your KEYS?” designed to instruct students in an interactive and supportive learning environment. Instructors will teach participants with assistance from attending Elders who willingly offer their time and guidance.

The first gathering, held August 3 – 8, will focus on the Denaakk’e Koyukon Athabascan language, which is mainly spoken along the Koyukuk and middle Yukon River areas of Alaska. Bill and Madeline Williams of Hughes will instruct Denaakk’e language learners.

The second gathering, Dinzhii Zhuh K’yaa Week, will take place August 11 – 16 and will feature the Gwich’in Athabascan language, with instructors Rochelle Adams of Fort Yukon, and Trimble Gilbert and Allan Hayton of Arctic Village facilitating. The Gwich’in Athabascan language is mainly spoken by people in the northeast area of Alaska, as well as in the Northwest and Yukon Territories of Canada.

Learn more about the upcoming gatherings or register by contacting Dewey Kk’oleyoHoffman, Alaska Native Heritage Center development manager, at dhoffman or 907-330-8014. For more information about the Alaska Native Heritage Center, visit www.alaskanative.net.

REGISTER Denaakk’e Week @ ANHC AUG 3-8 2014.pdf

REGISTER Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa Week @ ANHC 11-16 2014.pdf

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