If you have been considering pursuing a UAF Certificate or Associates degree, UAF IAC is offering a late start DISTANCE (you can take this as a distance course from Fairbanks or any other community) business math course that will count toward either. There is financial aid available for this course, so let me know if you’re interested. Below is a list of just some of the certificates or associate’s degrees you can pursue at UAF. This is a great opportunity to knock out one of the courses needed.

Applied Accounting
Accounting Technician
Aviation Maintenance
Applied Business (with a concentration in one of the following: administrative management, applied management, computer applications, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare management, human resources, management, marketing, public management, recreation and guiding management, and tourism)
Tribal Management
Rural Human Services
Construction Trades Technology
Culinary Arts
Dental Assistant
Medical Assistant
Drafting Technology
Human Services
Information Technology
Instrumentation Technology
Paralegal Studies
Professional Piloting
Power Generation
Process Technology
Safety, Health and Environmental Awareness

Contact UAF Interior Aleutians Campus at:

toll free • 888-474-5207
phone • 907-474-5439
fax • 907-474-5208 (5561)C

PO Box 756720
4280 Geist Road
Fairbanks, AK 99775

uaf-iacinfo@alaska.edu

First Alaskans Institute is hosting a 2015 Summer Internship Program Info Session in person at our office and over the phone this Thursday, February 26th at 2:30 PM.

See the flyers listed below for more information.

FAI Summer Internship Frequently Asked Questions.pdf

2015 FAI Summer Internship Program – Intern Application.pdf

2015 Summer Internship Program – Employer Partner Application.pdf

Below is the teleconference number and meeting address:

ATTEND VIA TELECONFERENCE:
Dial: 1-800-528-2793 Enter Code: 9387827 OR

ATTEND IN PERSON AT FAI’s DOWNTOWN ANCHORAGE OFFICE:
606 E STREET, SUITE 200 ANCHORAGE, AK 99504

The Emma L. Bowen Foundation was created in 1989 to prepare minority youth for careers in the media industry. This New Media and Technology Program is designed to provide opportunities for students pursuing careers in engineering, system design, information systems, web services, application or other technical disciplines in the media industry.

The foundation’s unique program allows students to work for partner companies during summers and school breaks from the summer following their senior year in high school until they graduate from college. Students will earn a salary, and matching dollars are set aside to help pay for your college expenses.

The New Media and Technology Work/Study Program is managed through two recruiting offices: The Eastern Region office in New York City and the Western Region office in Los Angeles. To find out which recruiting office you should apply to, please visit this link: http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/index.php/application.html

Application deadline is March 2, 2015

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Any minority student who is a graduating High School senior or college freshman
  • Must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA

In addition to the application, you must submit:

  • A current transcript,
  • Two (2) educational references from teachers and/or advisors,
  • And a 500-to-1,000-word essay.

NCAI is committed to investing in the next generation of leaders to protect and enhance tribal sovereignty for generations to come. Young Native leaders are invited to apply for either our internship or the Wilma Mankiller Fellowship. The application can be downloaded for initial review here and completed at this link: http://tinyurl.com/NCAIapp.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Jamie Gomez at JGomez@ncai.org.

http://www.ncai.org/about-ncai/internships-fellowships

Alaska Satellite Campus

Can you see yourself here? Are you from Alaska or dream of working there after you graduate? Then you’re in the right place.

If you grew up in Alaska, this is your chance to complete your law school career close to home with excellent opportunities to find a job. If you’ve always imagined moving to the land of the midnight sun, you will get your foot in the door to begin your legal career there.

For the first time ever, you can take an entire year of law classes in Alaska, many taught by Alaskans. Our satellite campus opens in Anchorage in fall 2015. You can be part of the first cohort to spend your third year of law school taking courses and getting on-the-job-experience with a number of employers. Students from Seattle University School of Law or any other accredited law school are welcome to apply for one or both semesters for fall 2015. Apply now! Contact Stephanie Nichols for more information.

http://www.law.seattleu.edu/academics/alaska-satellite-campus

SURVEYOR ASSISTANT APPRENTICESHIP NOW OPEN! Earn $18 an hour with a wage increase every 1000 hours!

Build a secure future with the Alaska Teamsters! Our training programs provide you the ability to earn and train with benefits, gain experience and get certified!

To learn more or to download the application visit our website athttp://www.akteamsterstraining.com/Apprenticeships.html or call (907) 278-3674 / toll free 1-800-478-4233.

You can also stop by 520 E. 34th Avenue, Suite 201, Anchorage, AK 99503 to pick up a hard copy of the application as well.

Application deadline March 27, 2015.

Monday, March 16, 2015 is the deadline to submit basic scholarship applications for the summer 2015 semester. Basic scholarships range from $400 for part time students to $800 for full time students.  You can apply at www.doyonfoundation.com.

To apply for the basic scholarship, students must submit:

  • A complete online application
  • Proof of Academic Enrollment

Most Recent Official Transcripts if this is your first term in academic year 2014-2015

OR

Unofficial transcripts if you’ve submitted your official transcript already for academic year 2014-2015

If you’re a spring 2015 scholarship recipient, please submit your unofficial transcripts by Friday, May 29th. If you’re not returning please submit documents or have them postmarked by March 16th.

For more information, see Doyon Foundation’s scholarship application guidelines at www.doyonfoundation.com or contact the Scholarship Program Manager, Maurine McGinty, at foundation@doyon.com or (907) 459-2049.

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