March 2014


There is still time to apply for a summer internship with the Doyon Family of Companies!

Here is a list:

· Located in Fairbanks – Get out the Native Vote, HR, Accounting, Administration and Communication

· Located in Anchorage – IT intern

· Located in Federal Way, WA – HR, Proposals, and Contracts

The internship opportunities are exclusively available to shareholders only and can be viewed at www.doyon.com and applied through the Doyon Talent Bank.

All applicants are required to be a Doyon shareholder enrolled in a 4-year college degree program, preferably in at least junior standing. Successful internship applicants must create a Talent Bank Profile at www.doyon.com to apply to an internship position within their degree field, interview for the position, if selected, and pass a pre-employment background and drug screening.

Doyon’s goal is to provide interns a pre-professional, practical experience with the Doyon family of companies and provide an opportunity to apply academic knowledge and skill in administration, planning and leadership.

· This program introduces the intern to the Doyon Family of Companies and provides an opportunity to obtain practical hands-on work experience in field of study

· It is intended to assist in developing self-awareness, self-confidence and self-discipline needed to undertake a professional role

· It provides interns an opportunity to establish work history and potential employment prospects following graduation

The internship program is conducted under the direction of the shareholder outreach manager whom meets with the interns weekly exposing them to the Doyon corporate culture, history and family of companies. The number of weeks and hours per week may vary and will be established by the supervisor; but, the Doyon internship experience is generally 40 hours per week for 12 weeks.

To view the current, internship and job position availabilities, please visit www.doyon.com. Please note that all positions are subject to change and not all intern positions for summer 2014 are yet open.

My Pick. Click. Give. Went to Doyon Foundation

A big thank you to the donors who said “My Pick Click Give went to Doyon Foundation!” Where did you Pick Click Give? Remember, it’s not too late to Pick Click Give a portion of your PFD to support scholarships – and if you do it by March 31, you’ll be entered to win a second dividend! Learn more at http://www.doyonfoundation.com.

The Alaska Native Epidemiology Center at ANTHC is pleased to announce that once again we are offering scholarship opportunities to Alaska Native and American Indian students and health professionals in the area of public health. These scholarships are based on the relevance of the course work to the individuals current job, anticipated career path, and educational goals.

We are asking that you assist us in offering this significant educational opportunity to others by forwarding the attached application and flyer to those that might be interested in participating in the 2014 UAA Summer MPH Program as soon as possible, as time is short.

Thank you for your support!

(907) 729-4567 | anepicenter@anthc.org

ANTHC | Division of Community Health Services | Alaska Native Epidemiology Center

3900 Ambassador Drive, Suite 401 | Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Please visit our website! | Find us on

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Scholarships Available!
Submission Deadline:
May 22, 2014

The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Alaska Education Committee is pleased to announce that scholarships are again available! Students planning to enter construction through construction post-secondary education are encouraged to apply. Contact Denise at the AGC office in Anchorage at 907-770-1826 or via email denise@alaskacef.org for more information.  Scholarship application packets can be obtained by clicking here to download the Word file or click here for the PDF versionClick here to view the AGC Scholarship Fact Sheet

Do you have a graduating High School Senior or know a graduating High School Senior in the community?

This is a reminder the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship open to Fairbanks North Star Borough high school graduating seniors who intend to attend the University of Alaska Fairbanks or UAF Community and Technical College in the fall of 2014.

Apply online at: http://www.k12northstar.org/custom/onlineForms/chamberApp/

The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage promising high school seniors to pursue future education and career opportunities in Fairbanks. In support of the business community, and in recognition of the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District’s effort to hire and retain highly qualified teachers, preference will be given to applicants interested in obtaining an education or business related degree.

To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must meet all stated requirements and must complete and submit this application by 5:00 p.m. on April 11, 2014.

If you have any questions, please call Jonni Roos| Committee & Programs Coordinator | Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce | 100 Cushman Street, Suite 102, Fairbanks, AK 99701 | O: (907) 374-6705 | C: (907) 450-9599 | E: jonni@fairbankschamber.org |  scholarship@fairbankschamber.org

This year marks the 27th consecutive year that Credit Union 1 will offer the Bill Countryman Scholarship to qualified Alaskan applicants. To earn a chance at cash for your education, read on!

Bill Countryman was a longtime board member at Frontier Alaska State Credit Union (one of the credit unions that makes CU1 what it is today) who believed that education and adventure keep you young.

Click here for more information!

The Alaska Energy Authority is recruiting for 6 internships this summer. The closing date for applications is Wednesday, April 2, 2014.

For more information contact Elsie Wertz, Human Resources Technician, Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA), Alaska Energy Authority (AEA), 813 W. Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage, AK 99503-2407, Phone (907) 771-3034 / Fax: (907) 771-3044 / Email: ewertz@aidea.org.

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