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Comprehensive Resource List - last updated on 03/21/2017

Native Interest Resources

Alaska Federation of Natives
Offers information on the Alaska Federation of Natives, the largest statewide Native organization in Alaska.

Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing.

Alaska Native Vote
National and non-partisan efforts to mobilize the American Indian and Alaska Native vote.

Alaska Native Science Commission
An information base for ongoing and past research and an archive for significant research involving the Native community.

Alaska Native Justice Center
Serves as a bridge between Alaska Natives and Alaska’s justice systems by providing individuals with resources necessary to resolve their circumstances and provides support to all parties involved in legal issues.

World Eskimo Indian Olympics
Announcements, results, merchandise, registration and sponsors of the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics.

First Alaskans Institute
Seeks to connect people and ideas, while producing knowledge that can be used to understand and improve the lives of Alaska Natives and all Alaskans.

Association of Alaska Housing Authorities
Offers a range of programs and services, all geared toward increasing the supply of safe, sanitary and affordable housing and community development on the state and national level.

Native American Contractors Association
Seeks to enhance self-determination through preservation and enhancement of government contracting participation based on the unique relationship between Native Americans and the federal government.

Health and Wellness Resources 

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Organization information, community and patient services, jobs and training, references and links to upcoming activities of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
Organization information, programs and services offered, career opportunities, health tips and patient information of the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium.

Alaska Native Health Board
The statewide voice on Native health issues and promotion of the spiritual, physical, mental, social and cultural well-being and pride of Native people.

Southcentral Foundation
Seeks to work together with the Native Community to achieve wellness through health and related services.

Federal and State Resources
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Responsible for managing vital records in the State of Alaska which include birth, death, fetal death, divorce and marriage certificate data along with reports of adoption.

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Provides services directly or through contracts, grants or compacts to 564 federally recognized tribes.

Health and Social Services
Provides information on medical assistance, current health issues, and vital statistics for the State of Alaska.

Native News and Media Resources
KNBA Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
Nonprofit, Alaska Native governed and operated media center located in Anchorage, Alaska.

Arts and Culture Resources
Alutiiq Museum
Alaska Native culture center exploring 7,500 years of Alutiiq heritage.

Alaska Native Arts Foundation
Exhibits, events, programs, news, resources, photo albums and contact information resource of the Alaska Native Arts Foundation.

Alaska Native Heritage Center
Celebrates, perpetuates and shares Alaska Native culture, language, heritage and tradition.

Chugach Region Resources

Prince William Sound
Resource including information on Prince William Sound geology, glaciers, wildflower and plant communities, birds and mammals, native peoples and the Chugach National Forest.

Job Search  Resources
Alaska Job Center Network
Provides information on job seeker resources, job training, unemployment insurance, vocation rehabilitation, public assistance and labor market information for the State of Alaska.
Education and Training Resources
Alaska Construction Academy
Provides efforts for Alaskan students and adults to be recruited, trained and placed into jobs in the construction industry.

Alaska Vocational Technical Center
Provides technical and related training to a statewide multi-cultural population for employment.

Alaska Job Corps Center
No-cost education and career technical training program that helps individuals ages 16 through 24 with technical and academic training.  

Employment and Life Skills Program
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