A Mutually Beneficial Program

Through CITC’s Youth Employment Program, young interns gain on-the-job experience in a professional environment, while employers get an extra, temporary employee at no cost to them. More

Job Fair Attracts Record-Setting Numbers

A record-setting 815 job seekers flooded Northway Mall on March 7 for CITC’s bi-annual Job Fair, where employers offered information about job openings and collected resumes. More

ANJC to Offer Tribal Assistance in ICWA Cases

Alaska Native and American Indian children make up only 19 percent of the kids in the state of Alaska, yet more than 50 percent of the children in out-of-home care are Native. Under a new grant, ANJC will offer Tribes help with cases involving child welfare. More

A Seat at the Table for Everyone

The 2019 Tribal Youth Symposium (TYS) brought together representatives from every corner of the Cook Inlet region to collaborate and share their best practices for working with youth. More

Paths to Sustainability

Robert Shockey found a job after striking up a conversation with a CITC employee–but there’s more than one way to find a job through CITC, including at our upcoming Job Fair, March 7! More

A Man with a Plan

“Anyone can have a plan, but not everyone takes action on that plan,” reflected William Kilbuck, the first graduate of CITC’s Life Skills program. Thanks to Life Skills, William is now a man of action. More

Immersed in Yup’ik

Kindergartners at College Gate are connecting with Alaska Native culture through Anchorage School District’s first Yup’ik language immersion program. More