Wedding Bells at CITC

People come to CITC for all kinds of reasons. To find a job. To participate in after-school programs. To get help with childcare, or take parenting classes, or receive healthcare training. But on August 16, Dan Crooms and Sherry Sampson … More

Schoolyard to Host Back to School Gathering

Parents must be present to enroll children in Schoolyard program It’s that time — back-to-school time! And that means CITC’s Schoolyard program is kicking off for the 2016 – 17 season. Join the Youth Education & Employment department for its … More

CITC Fab Lab Named White House Champion of Change

CITC recognized for innovation, educational impact Champions of Change media release WASHINGTON, D.C.—Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) was recognized for its innovation and educational impact as part of the White House Champions of Change for Making event on Friday, June 17. … More

Never Alone Game Launches on Mobile Platforms

Indie hit now available for IOS and Android Full media release Video – Never Alone: The Making Of The first-of-its-kind atmospheric puzzle-platform video game, Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa), is now accessible for a newly expanded audience of game enthusiasts with the global … More

All You Have to Do Is Ask

In addition to CITC’s well known services and programs, participants sometimes find help in surprising places Ed Savage has always loved the art of problem-solving. It’s one of the things that attracted him to construction work. But when he fell … More