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The Resource Basket works to build a network of youth providers and support community connections. Inside the Basket is our quarterly newsletter designed to share success stories, community photos, opportunities for funding, training, and connecting to other providers and resources.
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DOJ Program Plan – Fiscal Year 2019
Competitive Grant Solicitation
Eligibility, application and other crucial program details are available online at:
Fiscal Year 2020
Applications MUST be received by June 21, 2019 [5:00 pm AK time]
Contact Tara Christiansen-Stiller, Community Development Supervisor
Request a proposal and submit the application.
Host Organization and Member Applications due July 1st
Contact Liza Krauszer, Resilient Alaska Youth AmeriCorps Program Coordinator
Locally recruited AmeriCorps members engage youth ages 10-17 in positive, skill-building activities that promote wellness and strengthen culture.
The youth are welcomed!
The theme of this year’s conference is “Spreading the Light Through Trusting Our Traditions”.
July 30 – August 1, 2019 | Albuquerque, NM
Join us and other tribal leaders, public safety and emergency management personnel, and AMBER Alert Coordinators for this important event! At this year’s symposium, themed, “Implementing AMBER Alert in Indian Country,” you will learn how to improve the process of integration between state or regional AMBER Alert communication plans with federally recognized tribes from across the nation. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with state, federal, and child protection partners to identify and discuss strategies that will improve tribal communities’ response to missing and exploited children.
Fiscal Year 2019
Applications MUST be received by August 31, 2019
The RurAL CAP Foundation funds a limited number of small grants for educational and charitable purposes that focus on low-income people and rural communities. Grants are made in the amount of $500 to $5,000. Eligible applications are considered from 501(c)(3) nonprofit and governmental organizations in rural Alaska which do not have an open grant and which have not received a grant from the Foundation in the prior 12 months.
The Foundation’s major interests are to:
Examples of the Types of Grants Awarded:
RurAL CAP Foundation
First Alaskans Institute’s 36th Annual Elders & Youth Conference (Elders & Youth) theme, “Qaneryararput Yugtun Riniqerput/Qaneryararput Cugtun Kayuqerput,” celebrates the beauty and importance of Alaska Native languages. This year’s conference will kick off with a Warming of the Hands pre-conference gathering on Sunday, October 13 with the main conference taking place October 14-16 at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, Alaska. Elders & Youth provides a special opportunity to make connections, reinforce identity and belonging, explore art and issues, and contribute to the greater community through the transference of knowledge between our generations.
Join over 200 after school workers and volunteers for two-days of professional development, networking, and resource sharing. This year’s conference will be at Centennial Hall in Juneau.
The Alaska Afterschool Conference is designed to support the professional development of Alaska’s out-of-school time providers, featuring more than 40 workshops. This conference is a partnership between the State of Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and the Alaska Afterschool Network.
Preconference Institute: November 6, 8:30 am – 2:00 pm
Site Visits (Included with general admission): November 6, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Alaska Afterschool Conference
November 7, 8:00 am – 5:05 pm
(Networking Reception 5:15 pm – 7:30 pm)
November 8, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Application Deadline: Unknown
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is recruiting for the 2019 Internship
Under general direction, will provide support to the Rural Energy Program and the National Tribal Water Center. The Rural Energy Program develops and delivers energy efficiency and renewable energy projects throughout tribal communities in rural Alaska. The National Tribal Water Center collaborates with Tribes to maximize the health and well-being of Alaska Native and American Indian people through water and sanitation. Both the Rural Energy Program and the National Tribal Water Center are programs within ANTHC’s Division of Environmental Health and Engineering.
Learn more and apply today!
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