Last call!
Date – August 11-13, 2017
Location – Camp Bingle on Harding Lake

  • Airfare for Yukon Koyukuk School District Students & meals are included
  • Overnight at camp Friday – Sunday
  • Open to youth entering grades 8-12

For more information contact Andrea Durny at or (907) 374-9424.


Tanana Chiefs Conference Employment & Training Youth Employment Services will be hiring youth to work and these positions are limited (10). For any youth employment for TCC or other agencies, youth are encouraged to apply now and not at the end of May or beginning of June. Call 907-452-8251 for more information.

Also, below are four links to other opportunities. For further assistance call the Fairbanks Job Center at 451-5901 between 8:15am and 4:45pm Monday – Friday.

NAF Civ Emp Ad (25 April 2016).pptx



2016-04-01_Youth_Litter_Patrol (2).pdf

Please pass this on to any 15-18 years of age TCC Tribal Members who reside within the region and interested in applying.

Youth have the opportunity to learn about law enforcement, the public safety sector, and emergency response team.

Deadline to apply: June 26, 2015

Dates of academy: July 27 through August 1, 2015

Youth ages 15-18 who apply will have airfare/transportation, lodging and food paid for.

Chaperones will be provided.

If there are any questions please contract Katina Charles at 907-452-8251 EXT 3353 or by email katina.charles

Alaska Youth Academy Brochure 2015.pdf

Alaska Youth Academy Poster 2015.pdf

Youth Academy Application- TCC 2015.docx

The UNITY Organization is please to share a tutorial on “How to get to the White House Tribal Youth Gathering.” In collaboration with UNITY Staff Jared Massey and UNITY Alumni & Indian Country’s own Christian Parrish AKA “SupaMan,” UNITY created a four step guide to help applicants accomplish this task. They hope the tutorial will help applicants get selected to attend the 2015 White House Tribal Youth Gathering in Washington D.C. Good luck everyone!

View the video here:

Deadline for White House Tribal Youth Gathering has been extended to Friday, May 15, 2015!

The American Summer Institute in Earth System Science (AISIESS) is a two-week residential program for high school students (grades 9-12). During the AISESS program, students spend one week camping on the La Jolla Band of Luise?o Indians reservation near San Diego, CA and one week on the University of California, Irvine campus. During both weeks, students learn about Earth System Science through interactive discussions and hands-on laboratory and field exercises. Each week also incorporates Native studies courses, visits from native STEM professionals, evening talking circles, field trips, college preparation activities, social events, and cultural activities. The program culminates with a ini-conference wherein students present research projects on a geoscience issue relevant to their own tribal communities.

The AISIESS program aims to address the critical need for Earth and Environmental Science professionals within tribal communities and is supported by an NSF Opportunities for Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences (OEDG) grant to the PI, Dr. Kathleen Johnson. Admission to the program is based on a competitive application process. The NSF funds will cover the majority of expenses during the week, including: housing, daily meals, course materials and transportation during program activities. Participants are responsible for transportation to and from UCI, but scholarships are available to cover travel related expenses for qualified applicants.

The program also seeks college students or recent graduates to serve as paid Resident Assistants during the two weeks of the program. Those applying should be experienced with a residential setting and committed to American Indian youth and mentorship.

For more information, please contact the AISIESS Program Coordinator, Dana Link-Herrera, at(949) 824-8794 or send an e-mail to or Also, find us on Facebook at