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BBNC Opens Shareholder Welcome Center

In October, BBNC opened its new Shareholder Welcome Center on the first floor of the Bristol Bay Building in Anchorage. The new space houses training rooms, shareholder workstations, and meeting rooms. BBNC’s Shareholder & Corporate Relations, Shareholder Development, and Human Resources departments are now stationed downstairs, along with the BBNC Education Foundation.

Bristol Bay Leadership Forum

Bristol Bay Native Corporation held the Bristol Bay Leadership Forum on December 7 and 8 at the William Egan Civic and Convention Center in Anchorage. Over 150 village leaders and youth from Bristol Bay joined us to listen to a wide variety of speakers present on issues that are important to the region and State….Read More

Village of Igiugig Embraces Community-Wide Native Foods Challenge

It’s no secret that part of living a healthy life is to eat food that is good for you. And we all know how hard it can be to stick to a diet without anything sugar-coated or deep-fried – the temptations are everywhere and are sometimes unavoidable. This fall, villagers of Igiugig in Southwest Alaska…Read More

Letter from the President, Winter 2017

It’s hard to believe we’re approaching the close of another year and looking ahead to what 2018 has in store. The arrival of a new year is a time for reflection. At BBNC, we like to take pause and think about how we’re doing as a corporation. Are we doing right by our shareholders, employees,…Read More

Andeavor Honors Peak with 2016 Safety Award for Superior Performance Services Across the Globe

Andeavor, formerly Tesoro, selected Peak Oilfield Service Company as one of eleven suppliers recognized during Andeavor’s Supplier Recognition awards banquet in San Antonio, Texas, on September 10, 2017. Peak was recognized at the event for its superior safety performance while drastically improving the efficiency of processes through ideas and suggestions at Andeavor’s refinery facility in…Read More

Short-Term Vocational Education Scholarship Program

BBNCEF accepts applications for the Short-term Vocational Education Program (STVE) throughout the year. STVE scholarships up to a maximum of $1,000 are awarded to eligible shareholders for short-term vocational/certification training programs. To be eligible for this funding, you must be a BBNC shareholder enrolled in a short-term training program that enhances your opportunities for employment…Read More

Grantee Spotlight

In 2016, BBNC Education Foundation began providing funds to promote, preserve and celebrate Alaska Native cultural heritage. At the Manokotak Nunaniq School, instructor Alfred Gosuk of Togiak worked with 13 middle and high school students to make traditional Yup’ik uluaq. Alfred created an independent environment where students made their own uluaq with his careful guidance….Read More