141_Student$ Promotion_FB-INCongratulations to the 311 students who are receiving a total of $415,100 in Doyon Foundation scholarships for the spring 2020 semester!

We are pleased to award 177 full-time basic scholarships, 89 part-time basic scholarships and 45 competitive scholarships.

Students, your scholarship is on its way! Log in to your student account if you have questions about your scholarship application status.

Also, mark your calendar for our next scholarship application deadline: March 15 is the deadline to apply for scholarships for the summer 2020 semester.

Learn more about our scholarships in our scholarship brochure and scholarship resource handbook, or read about some of our past and current recipients on our blog!

For more information or assistance, contact our scholarship program manager at 907.459.2048 or foundation@doyon.com.

Doyon Drilling  has a Payroll and Accounting Technician job opening in Anchorage.

To review the job description and to apply for the Payroll and Accounting Technician log into UltiPro at https://n14.ultipro.com.  Click on “Menu” in the upper left corner, hover over “Myself”, and click on “Job Openings” under the “My Company” heading.  A list of open positions will come up, click on Requisition #20-0009 to review and apply.

www.doyondrilling.com

 

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Doyon Foundation is seeking applicants for our open Doyon Languages Online evaluation intern position, which is a temporary, part-time position located at the Goldstream Group office in Fairbanks. Applications will be accepted through Tuesday, January 28, 2020. We are specifically seeking a junior or senior in college. Interested applicants can learn more about the position and apply online via the Doyon, Limited website.

The program evaluation intern will work as a member of multiple teams to complete Doyon Languages Online evaluation tasks, including coordinating and monitoring data collection schedules; coding, entering and cleaning data; creating and maintaining databases; conducting basic analyses; preparing tables and graphs; conducting interviews; writing project report; and conducting online and literature searches.

Applicants should have strong organizational, writing and personal computer skills, and the ability to work well with others and multi-task. The preferred candidate will have experience in data collection, preparation and reporting, and a general familiarity with state and federal grant regulation and reporting, program evaluation techniques, statistical analysis techniques and software, and data management. Junior or seniors in college are preferred.

All interested candidates are encouraged to learn more about the position and apply online via the Doyon, Limited website. Applications will be accepted through Tuesday, January 28, 2020.

SUMMER HEALTH PROFESSION EDUCATION PROGRAM (SHPEP)

Formerly the Summer Medical Dental Education Program (SMDEP)

SHPEP is a free 6 week summer enrichment program focused on improving access to information and resources for college students interested in the health professions. SHPEP’s goal is to strengthen the academic proficiency and career development of students underrepresented in the health professions and prepare them for a successful application and matriculation to health professions schools.

SHPEP is implemented at 12 program sites across the nation. Each site provides scholars with academic enrichment in the basic sciences and math, shadowing experiences, career development activities, learning and study skills seminars, and financial planning. SHPEP at the University of Washington is a collaboration of the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Public Health.

Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/sgbyh6v.

American Heart Association EmPOWERED to Serve Scholars are college freshmen, sophomores and juniors making a difference in the health of their communities. Past scholars include: A health policy and management student who encouraged corner groceries to sell fresh, healthy foods, A biochemistry student who taught diabetes courses at a community health clinic, and a public policy student who helped launch an urban garden where families living in a food desert could harvest fresh fruit and vegetables.

Ten students will each receive a $10,000 scholarship towards their college tuition.

https://tinyurl.com/vpm84xk

Vision Maker Media is pleased to offer paid multimedia public television internships to undergraduate or graduate students. With major funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), the purpose of the paid internship is to increase the opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native youth in public broadcasting. Interns can locate throughout the United States at the Public Television station—or at Vision Maker Media in Lincoln, Nebraska!

See more at https://tinyurl.com/rsch46g.

Vision Maker Media exists to serve Native producers and Indian country in partnership with public television and radio. Vision Maker Media works with Native producers to develop, produce and distribute educational telecommunications programs for all media including public television and public radio. Vision Maker Media supports training to increase the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives producing quality public broadcasting programs, which includes advocacy efforts promoting increased control and use of information technologies and the policies to support this control by American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Iḷisaġvik College is pleased to announce that Iñupiaq language courses will be offered free of tuition beginning the Spring 2020 semester. This amounts to $495 in savings for each student enrolling in Iñupiaq language course, a reduction from the total previous cost of $605 and the removal of a significant barrier to accessing language knowledge and instruction.

Waiving tuition for the course is distinctive from the Alaska Native/Native American Tuition Waiver offered by Iḷisaġvik College, which requires that each student apply for at least one scholarship to qualify and after the first waiver, requires students to be enrolled in a program. Waiving tuition for the course further opens access to non-degree, non-program seeking community members seeking to further language ability.

Final Press Release Tuition Waived Language Courses 1.10.20.pdf