ENERGY ASSISTANCE PUBLIC COMMENT

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Tanana Chiefs Conference plans to provide services under the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) for the FY2018, which is available here for review: LIHEAP PLAN 

Persons wishing to comment on the proposed plan can comment by public hearing, which will take place:

August 25, 2017 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Chief Peter John Tribal Building
5th Floor Conference Room
122 1st Avenue
Fairbanks, Alaska  99701

To participate in the public hearing, call:

  • To use this conference phone line:
    • Internally dial extension 3975
    • In Fairbanks dial phone number 459-3975
    • Long distance dial 1-800-770-8251 x3975
  • At the prompt, dial 0199509# (the pound sign is required)
  • A voice will come on asking you to state your name and select # when finished.
  • You are now connected to the teleconference

To provide public comment any time during the year, email: tawnya.peter@tananachiefs.org  TCC Energy Assistance Eligibility Specialist

Or, comment by mail:                            
Tanana Chiefs Conference
Energy Assistance Eligibility Specialist
122 1st Avenue, Suite 600
Fairbanks, AK  99701

Comments in writing must be received by August 25, 2017.

 

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE: TCC P.L. 102-477

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The public Hearing teleconference for the Tanana Chiefs Conference, P.L. 102-477 consolidated program plan has been scheduled for 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm on June 30, 2017.

Separate copies of the final drafts of the Child Care and Development Fund and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program plans which are included in the consolidated plan are also available at your local tribal office and all TCC office sites.

Please note that while the final draft of the plans do not include any substantive changes from prior plans which have been available for review, we are extending the deadline to receive your comments (either written or by phone) to August 4, 2017. All comments and any resulting modifications to program services will be included as addenda to the P.L. 102-477 consolidated program plan which is being submitted for fiscal years 2018-2020.      

We encourage the public to review the plans and offer their comments and suggestions during the Public Hearing or by contacting Brenda Krupa, Employment & Training Manager by phone or text at 1.800.478.6822 ext. 3417 or at brenda.krupa@tananachiefs.org .

Here are the program plans for review: 

New Job Open in Rampart

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There are several jobs currently open in Rampart including:
-Laborer
-Carpenter
-Home Care Provider
-Behavioral Health Aide

R.V.C Jobs
-Bookkeeper
-TWDS/ Receptionist

Housing Availability
-(1) New 3 bedroom home
-(1)  2 bedroom home

CLICK HERE to view a full list of job descriptions and to apply!

Now Seeking Youth to Attend 2017 Alaska Youth Academy

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The Alaska Youth Academy provides a way for youth between the ages of 14-18 to learn about the skills needed to pursue a career in public safety.

Youth will have the opportunity to earn a First Aid/CPR Certificate, learn about teen pregnancy, practice defensive tactics, firearm safety, survival techniques, solve crimes using CSI skills, and much more!

The 2017 Academy will take place July 24th-28th, 2016. Applications are due June 30th, 2017.

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION 

TCC Debuts ‘Legacy of Our Elders’

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In March Tanana Chiefs Conference premiered the Legacy of Our Elders, a project that documents the lives of 18 Athabascan elders throughout the TCC region.

In 2015, TCC Communications secured a National Park Service Tribal Heritage Grant, which provided funding for TCC to interview elders from each of the six subregions to document their language, culture and history.

Through this grant the Legacy of Our Elders project was developed. This project includes several volumes of books and DVDs, each including interviews with 6 six elders – one from each subregion within the TCC region.