May 2012


Recruitment for Doyon’s 2012 roustabout training program is now open! Roustabout is an entry-level position within Doyon Drilling, Inc. This program provides a perfect opportunity for individuals interested in careers in the oil and gas industry, but who do not have experience on an oil rig. The deadline to apply is June 29, 2012. Doyon shareholders are encouraged to learn more and apply today atwww.doyon.com/outreach/RoustaboutTraining.aspx.

CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation is currently recruiting for an Executive Chef for the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, located in Talkeetna, Alaska. Attached is the job description. If you meet the minimum qualifications and would like to apply, please submit a resume, letter of interest and a CATC employment application (also attached) to:

CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation

Attn: Human Resources

PO Box 93330

Anchorage, AK 99509-3330

Fax: 907-263-5508

CIRI shareholders are strongly encouraged to apply.

If you have any questions regarding this position or other employment opportunities with CIRI’s subsidiary companies, please do not hesitate to contact Heather Evans, HR Generalist, Subsidiary Operations

Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI), 2525 C Street, Suite 500, Anchorage, AK 99503, 907.263.5521 (Phone) / 907.263.5508 (Fax).

Executive Chef.pdf

CATC RFT Empl App 10-11.pdf

Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) is currently recruiting for a Human Resources Generalist. Attached is the job description. If you meet the minimum qualifications and would like to apply, please submit a resume, letter of interest and a CIRI employment application (also attached) to:

Cook Inlet Region, Inc.

Attention: Human Resources

PO Box 93330

Anchorage, AK 99509-3330

Fax: 907-263-5508

www.ciri.com

CIRI shareholders are encouraged to apply.

If you have any questions regarding this position or other employment opportunities, please do not hesitate to call Heather Evans, HR Generalist, Cook Inlet Region, Inc. CIRI, 2525 C Street, Suite 500, Anchorage, AK 99503, 907-263-5122 (phone)/907-263-5508 (fax).

CIRI Application 10-10.pdf

HR Generalist 5-12.pdf

Below are Fall 2012 Rural Development & Alaska Native Studies on-campus and distance delivery course flyers. Questions can be directed to Davina Alexie, Administrative Coordinator, Department of Alaska Native Studies & Rural Development, CRCD – UAF, 2221 E. Northern Lights Blvd., Suite 200, Anchorage, Alaska 99508-4131, Ph.: dkalexie, Department website: www.uaf.edu/danrd.

Fall 2012 DANSRD on-campus courses.pdf

Fall 2012 DANSRD distance delivery courses.pdf

General Rules & Instructions for 2012 – 2013 School Year

Two scholarships of $1,500 each will be awarded to winners for study at any accredited college or university. A scholarship will be awarded to one student each in Washington and Alaska.

Two scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded to runners-up for study at any accredited college or university, A scholarship will be awarded to one student each in Washington and Alaska.

Two scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded for study at any vocational technical college. A scholarship will be awarded to one student each in Washington and Alaska.

Local 302 will impose no restrictions on courses of study. Recipients may accept other grants or awards that do not rule out scholarship aid from other sources.

Who May Apply

Children of Local 302 members, or grandchildren of Local 302 members who are the legal guardians of their grandchildren, may apply for the scholarships. The parent or grandparent of the applicant must be a member of Local 302 for at least one year immediately preceding the date of application. Sons and daughters of deceased members are eligible to apply for the scholarships. The parent of the applicant must have been a member of Local 302 for at least one year immediately preceding the date of death.

Applicants must be senior high school students who have, or will be, graduated at the end of: (1) fall semester 2008, or (2) spring semester of 2009, in public, private or parochial schools who plan to attend a college, university, or vocational technical college anywhere in the U.S. during the academic year and who are able to meet the academic requirements for entrance into the university, college, or vocational technical college of their choice. Students selected for scholarships must have achieved not less than a “B” average in their high school work.

Applications will be accepted between March 1 and May 31, 2012. Application forms and instructions are also available at http://www.iuoe302.org.

Awarding Scholarships

Upon receipt of the application and required forms, Local 302 will verify the membership of the parent. The application will then be submitted for judging to a Scholarship Selection Committee. No applicant will be favored over another in any way, providing the applicant submits a complete application packet and meets the basic eligibility requirements. The Scholarship Selection Committee will select the winners based on factors normally used in awarding scholarships. Scholarship awards will be announced as soon as possible and the checks will be deposited in each winning student’s name at the college or university he/she plans to attend.

Jack McDonald Scholarship Award Fund Instructions

1. APPLICATION – to be filled out and returned by the applicant.

2. SCHOOL STATEMENT AND TRANSCRIPT – to be filled out by the high school Principal or designated representative, and returned directly to Local 302 at the address below by the person completing it.

3. LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION – every applicant must submit one to three letters of recommendation describing his/her character and ability. They may be from teachers, community leaders, family friends, or others who know the applicant. These may be submitted with the applications, or sent directly by the writers to Local 302 at the address below.

4. RECENT PHOTOGRAPH – you may submit a digital photo, clearly identified, via CD or by email to mainoffice@iuoe302.org. Or, please send a photo that is clear enough to reproduce with the applicant’s name written on the back. The photo will not be returned to the applicant.

Click here for the application.

NAPLP is a FULL SCHOLARSHIP program designed to give Native American undergraduates an incredible educational opportunity in the nation’s capital. Partnering with Semester In Washington Politics, NAPLP students take classes at GW, participate in hands-on internships and interact with political leaders and policymakers. NAPLP includes a series of seminars devoted to public policy issues affecting Native American communities (American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian). It plays a key role in preparing the next generation of Native American political leaders. NAPLP is funded by a generous grant from the AT&T Foundation.

For more information on this program and how to apply, click here.

Have you registered yet for Doyon Foundation’s 2012 Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic? If not, sign up soon – the registration and payment deadline is Friday, June 8!  

There are two easy ways to register as a player or secure your sponsorship:

  1. Register online quickly and easily and securely.
  2. Download, complete and return the hard copy registration form.

In addition to supporting our scholarship program, there are lots of reasons to get involved:

  • Each player will receive gifts valued at $270 and have a chance to win their share of $19,000 in cash prizes, plus round-trip tickets on Alaska Airlines and ERA Aviation.
  • For our sponsors, we are pleased to offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities and benefits – or we can create a custom package to fit your needs!

For more information, including an event schedule and details on sponsorship opportunities, view our 2012 tournament brochure.

The 2012 Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic takes place Thursday and Friday, June 14 and 15.  Visit our website for more information.

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