November 2013

Doyon Foundation will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving on November 28-29, 2013. We will resume our normal business hours Monday, December 2, 2013. We hope you all have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

View the Fall 2013 FNA newsletter on their website at:

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November 2013 Newsletter FINAL.pdf

Click below for AVTEC’s December 2013 E-Newsletter:

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Google’s Building Opportunities for Leadership & Development (BOLD) Internship Program for summer 2014 is now taking applications. BOLD is an 11 week paid internship designed to provide exposure to the technology industry for students who are historically under-represented in the technology sector.

This paid internship provides students with personal and professional development, programming skills and mentoring, in addition to an insider’s look at a business career at a technology company.

This summer experience includes:

  • Impact: Work on projects core to Google’s business during an 11-week summer internship
  • Professional development: Google business seminars, skill-building workshops and executive speakers
  • Mentorship: Guidance from Googlers from across the company to help navigate the summer experience
  • Fun: Forge relationships with peers through social activities, community building and networking

Applicants must be current juniors or sophomores in college, enrolled in a 4-year BA/BS program, and majoring in any subject at a university in the United States.

The application is two-part and online, requiring a resume, unofficial transcript, and a short essay. For more program and application information, visit:

Application Deadline: November 24, 2013 at 11:59 PM PST

Click here  for the 2013 A Journey to What Matters Grant Application!

In order to perpetuate and promote the unique artistic and cultural traditions of Alaska Native peoples, The CIRI Foundation has developed the A Journey to What Matters: Increased Alaska Native Art & Culture Grant. Grant funding is available to support projects that affect and/or involve Alaska Native communities and further the following goals of The Foundation:

  • Increase intergenerational transference of knowledge of Alaska Native artistic and cultural practices.
  • Increase access to and awareness of Alaska Native art through training, education and access, and capacity building strategies for organizations and individuals.
  • Support Alaska Native Artists.

Applicants are encouraged to contact TCF staff prior to submitting an application. For further information about this program, please contact Nadia Sethi, Program Officer:   Tel: (907) 793-3583, Toll Free: (800) 764-3382,

The ANCAP newsletter for Fall 2013 is attached. It contains events, achievements, future goals, and services available. You can contact the ANCAP coordinator with any questions at cjustice<mailto:cjustice>

ANCAP seeks to address behavioral and mental health issues and promote wellness among Alaska Native communities by enhancing cultural pride and connectedness (collective self-esteem). By recruiting, retaining, and training Alaska Native behavioral health researchers providers, and leaders, not only are we addressing the disparities regarding the numbers of Alaska Native individuals in such areas, but the likelihood of improving the cultural sensitivity, appropriateness, and applicability of behavioral health research and services for Alaska Natives are also increased. – See more at:

ANCAP Newsletter Fall 2013.pdf

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights invites you to check out the call for applications for the 2014 Senior Indigenous Fellow position at OHCHR. Please visit their web page for more information and details about the position and the application process.

The deadline to send applications to is 17 January 2014.

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