Affiliates & Partnerships
CITC fosters multiple partnerships as it pursues ThriveAbiliy and self-determination: partnerships with our people, to help individuals realize their potential; between our internal programs and staff, to eliminate barriers and maximize the effectiveness of service delivery; with other organizations, to coordinate the use of resources and achieve common goals; and with individuals, foundations, and funding agencies, to expand a network of resources committed to effective social change.
CITC Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) is CITC’s for-profit subsidiary that creates additional revenue for funding programs and services through social enterprise, while charting a new path for CITC’s organizational sustainability and self-determination.
Each year, more than 2,000 students from more than 100 communities across Alaska come together to participate in the annual, state-wide Native Youth Olympics through the NYO and Junior NYO Games.
Owned by more than 9,100 Alaska Native shareholders, CIRI works to promote the economic and social well-being and Alaska Native heritage of our shareholders through stewardship of the company’s resources, while furthering self-sufficiency among CIRI shareholders and their families.
Partnered with the Covenant House Alaska’s Rights of Passage program, Denaʼina House provides a safe, long-term home for young people ages 18-21 in need of a stable living environment.
The CIRI Foundation provides education funding and services for CIRI original enrollees and their descendants.