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Training Without Walls Program Accepting Applications

Training Without Walls (TWOW) is BBNC’s management and leadership development program created to help develop and retain leaders with a commitment to the advancement of the Native community. TWOW is a two year program consisting of two-day sessions held three times per year. Course topics include Session #1 – Increasing Leader Effectiveness Session #2 –…Read More

Introduction to Drone Operating

BBNC and K2Dronotics are offering an Introduction to Drone Operator training for BBNC shareholders, descendants and spouses of shareholders who are at least 16 years old. The training will be Friday – Sunday, April 5 – 7, 2019 at the UAF Bristol Bay Campus in Dillingham, Alaska. Students will: Learn basic operation, components, and maintenance…Read More

2019 BBNC Internship Applications Now Available!

Bristol Bay Native Corporation seeks applications from highly motivated individuals currently seeking to advance their knowledge within a career field, acquire new skills, and grow their professional network. Each internship experience is unique and adapted to the applicant’s area of interest and specific career goals. Internships are available in Anchorage, the Bristol Bay region and…Read More

Student Spotlight

Kendra Delk, from Anchorage, Alaska, recently graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Haskell Indian Nations University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in management. Kendra recently accepted a position as Marketing/Administrative Support with Aerostar, SES, a subsidiary of BBNC located in Jacksonville, Florida. This was a career goal…Read More

Attention Students and Potential Applicants

If you received a 2018-19 Higher Education/Vocational Education (HE/VE) scholarship, please remember to order your official paper transcripts and have them sent to the BBNCEF office at 111 West 16th Avenue, Suite 400, Anchorage, AK 99501 as soon as your fall/winter grades are posted. This will help expedite the spring disbursements and help minimize the…Read More

Short-term Vocational Education Scholarship Program

BBNCEF makes awards for the Short-term Vocational Education Program (STVE) throughout the year. Are you considering an application? STVE scholarships, up to a maximum of $1,000, are awarded to shareholders for short-term vocational/certification training programs that enhances opportunities for employment or promotion. For complete program eligibility requirements and application, visit www.bbncef.org. Applications may also be…Read More

Letter from the BBNC Education Foundation Executive Director

Cama’i, Do you know a student who’s currently enrolled in college, university or short-term training program? BBNC Education Foundation has continued with our popular Facebook series “Ask Angela.” Angela is tackling lots of great issues that students face, including how many families can support them while they are enrolled. The first year can be a…Read More

PetroCard Participates in Tribal Convenience Store Summit

In September, PetroCard management and sales staff, including Stephanie Seretis and Stephanie Heilman, attended the 2018 Tribal Summit Group Membership Meeting and Mini-Tradeshow hosted by the Suquamish Tribe at the Suquamish Clearwater Resort and Casino. PetroCard attended the annual meeting for the first time as a participant and mini-trade show vendor in an effort to…Read More

McCool Rejoins Peak as Vice President, North Slope Operations and Development

Ian McCool, who previously served as project manager for Peak’s North Slope construction division, rejoined the company as vice president of North Slope operations and development, in October. In this role, he will focus on leading the North Slope team and directing all operations, planning, and execution for the region as well as growing the…Read More

PetroCard Recipient of 2017 MBE to MBE Inclusion

This past summer, PetroCard was presented the 2017 MBE to MBE Inclusion Award by the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council (NW MSDC) for efforts in working with other minority businesses in the Pacific Northwest. The Council’s focus is to aid in the growth and development of minority-owned businesses. “As a certified Minority Business Enterprise…Read More