The Johnson O’Malley Education program offers supplementary, culturally appropriate programs and services that meet the unique and specialized educational needs of Alaska Native and American Indian students enrolled in the Anchorage School District.
The goal of JOM is to help students find academic success and graduate from high school by providing support and funding to educators, parents and students through a variety of engaging and culturally relevant activities.
JOM program support includes summer camp and related activities, funding for school supplies and extracurricular fees, bus passes for ASD classes and after-school programs, and tuition for online courses required for high school graduation, among other services.
CITC-JOM funds help support the following educational programs and services:
- student counselors at select ASD high schools
- Camp Na Tikahtnu K’Tiya
- NYO Games
- CITC-JOM Native Student Activity Grants
- CITC-JOM Native Education Committee
Contact Stephanie Hayes at (907) 793-3183 for more information on JOM activities and funding.