Hey, Students! 2016 NYO Art Contest is in full swing!

Attention Students: Are you feeling creative? NYO wants your original artwork for the official 2016 NYO Games T-shirt. Submission deadline is Monday, January 18, so get your submissions going! 2016 NYO Art Contest Rules and eligibility: Art submission deadline is Monday, Jan. … More

$1.3 million in new toys, apparel ready for families in need

Charity reaches more than 6,000 Alaskan children statewide Through a unique partnership with national toy and clothing manufacturers, more than 6,000 Alaskan children are ensured a bit of joy this holiday season when a shipment of new children’s toys and … More

Recovery Month Wellness Walk Sept. 20

What: Recovery Services Wellness Walk When: Sunday, Sept. 20, 11 a.m..- 3 p.m. Where: Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s Nat’uh Service Center, 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Anchorage Who: Everyone! Come and share the joy of recovery and life! Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s Recovery … More

Never Alone: Foxtales Expansion Now Available

The long anticipated return of Nuna and Fox arrived today in Never Alone: Foxtales, the first expansion pack for the original Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna). Foxtales is now available for download for PS4, Xbox One and Steam (PC and Mac) editions. … More

Give a Suit, Change a Life

Your gift of professional attire will make a world of difference this summer Chanlyut Director Bill Tsurnos believes if you look good, you’ll feel good, which leads to real change in life. “Wearing a nice suit changes the way the men … More

New Tribal TANF Plan to be Implemented July 1

TANF Plan Notification Attention all parents and legal guardians of Alaska Native or Native American children: On July 1, the Cook Inlet Tribal Council Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program management will implement its new TANF plan. We are soliciting … More

2016 NYO Games: Save the Date!

Cook Inlet Tribal Council is proud to announce the 2016 Senior NYO Games for April 21 – 23 at the Alaska Airlines Center on the UAA campus. Each year, more than 2,000 students from more than 50 communities across Alaska participate in JNYO … More

Johnson-O’Malley Education Invites Community to Celebrate Graduates

Saturday, May 2, 1-5pm CITC Rasmuson Conference Center This Saturday, the Johnson-O’Malley Education (JOM) leadership team invites the community to celebrate our Alaska Native and American Indian students and high school graduates. All graduating Alaska Native and American Indian seniors are … More

2015 NYO Games Showcases Diversity, Teamwork, Respect

More than 500 student athletes will gather April 16–18 at the Alaska Airlines Center on the UAA campus for the 45th Annual NYO Games Alaska. Athletes in grades 7-12 from throughout the state will demonstrate their strength, agility and skill in traditional Alaska … More

Bright Launch for ARISE Initiative Partnership

“Time is running by us on our children’s feet.” –Clare Swan, Chair, CITC Board of Directors This winter, the collective impact partnership Anchorage Realizing Indigenous Student Excellence (ARISE) released a baseline report about Alaska Native and American Indian student success … More