Second Time’s the Charm

Sometimes, it’s not enough to get clean. Thomas McMichael got a second chance when the Chanlyut program shifted its focus to emphasize workforce and job skills development. More

2021 President’s Susten Award Winner: Malia Davis

Each year, CITC recognizes an outstanding employee with the President’s Susten Award. This year’s Susten Award recipient is Malia Davis, an intervention services supervisor with our Recovery Services department. More

Reading, and Learning, Together

Clare Swan Early Learning Center is making reading a family affair, with a series of new caregiver literacy guides meant to help parents support their children’s learning and to enrich the reading experience. More

Water Returns to Eklutna

For the first time in 66 years, the Eklutna River will run uninterrupted from its headwaters to the sea late this September. The water release marks a significant milestone in the effort to restore the Eklutna River and allow salmon to return. More

Individual Inspiration

Graphic arts. Landscape architecture. Native artist. The people who work in CITC’s Fab Lab have backgrounds as varied as they are — and that’s what makes the Fab Lab what it is. More

Now Recruiting: CITC Youth Advisory Council

CITC is actively recruiting for our Youth Advisory Council (YAC). The YAC will work alongside the CITC Board and President/CEO to bring the youth voice and direction into CITC’s mission. More

Connections, Present and Past

“That’s been the exciting part of this training: Getting teachers together so they have that connection and build on what they’ve learned together.” In August, teachers from seven Alaskan schools attended an Educator Training at the Fab Lab. More

From Intern to Director

On July 1 this year, Philip Ling came full circle. That was the day he officially became the Chickaloon Village Traditional Council’s Health and Social Services director — 11 years after he got his first taste of working in the department as a Rural Youth Services intern. More

Doing More with More

It’s not often that Alana Humphrey gets to dream big when it comes to replacing the gently loved toys and furniture at Boys and Girls Club of Alaska. But with funding from the Child Care Quality Improvement Grant program, local childcare providers finally get to cross items off their wishlists. More