Rasmuson room 3 is on the first floor of the CITC office building.
In Anchorage, 56% of the 1,225 youth in foster care are Alaska Native. There are only 20 Alaska Native foster homes Are you Alaska Native or American Indian and considering becoming a foster parent for Alaska Native and American Indian Youth? Join us…
Are you looking for summer work? Already got a summer gig? Need some guidance on the difference between "business casual" and "business"? Join us for a workshop on professional dress and hygiene in the workplace!
Come learn about using social media and technology in the workplace. You will also have a chance to explore your personal brand and how to represent -- and protect -- it online.
"The customer is always right" is just the tip of the iceberg. There's so much more to know as you start your first job! Come find out all you need to know about customer service and professionalism in the workplace at this workshop.
Congratulations: You've got a job! Now...how do you keep it? In this workshop, youth will exchange ideas and discuss how to keep the job you've got and how to develop good work ethics.
Join us for a lunch and learn with Alaska Four A's, featuring guest speaker Matt Allen! He will speak on HIV prevention & education. Free lunch is provided!
Join us for all three days or for one of the two hour workshops with local artist Britt'Nee Brower to develop a coloring book. Youth's artwork may be featured. The youth will be entered into a coloring contest to win a movie ticket (10-14 years…
This Life Skills workshop happens in two parts. For details, please contact your case worker.
Youth Job Club is going on the road! We will be taking the club to a youth job fair on May 4th from 3-4:30 pm. Transportation is provided; we'll meet up in RCC3 on the CITC campus. Any CITC youth participant age 14-24 can attend…
Interested in an ELECTRIFYING career? The Youth Job Club will be participating in a site visit to the IBEW electrical training campus. Transportation is provide; participants will meet in the RCC3 room on the first floor of CITC's Nat'uh Building.
SafeTALK is a 3 hour, in-person introductory training on recognizing suicide symptoms, keeping the person safe, and getting them to resources. SafeTALK and ASIST are not recommended for anyone who is actively grieving a loss from suicide. If you are currently distressed or have been recently affected…