Voices for Justice: ANJC’s Year in Review

Four years after becoming a subsidiary of CITC, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) has never been stronger, thanks to expanded services, new statewide collaborations, increased staff — and the lessons learned from not one but two major challenges over the last two years. More

Finding a Way Home

A homeless couple, a new CITC employee, and a temporary shelter: This is the story of how a pandemic brought all three together and helped two people start a new life. More

Vote at CITC

CITC has always been a one-stop service center for individuals seeking jobs, family support, education opportunities, and more. Now, in addition to finding a wide array of services and programs at CITC, you can also vote. More

Keeping Families Connected

CITC’s Ch’anik’en program emphasizes working with parents as the teachers of their own children, in their own home. So what happens when a pandemic makes home visits impossible? Ch’anik’en gets creative. More

Virtual Internship Opens New Doors

This summer, intern Kira Fagerstrom wrote a student handbook and co-created policy around the COVID-19 pandemic for her Sitka-based employer, Outer Coast — all from the comfort of her Wasilla home — as the Youth Employment Program’s first virtual intern. More

You Don’t Have to Do It Alone

“I went from having nothing to having my own place,” Tatianna Potter marveled. At 25, Tatianna now lives in an apartment, recently finished an internship, and is working her way toward independence with the support of CITC’s Tikahtnu Tribal Alliance for Young Families. More