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.

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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.

TCC Wraps Up 2017 Convention

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This year’s 2017 TCC Annual Convention was held at the Westmark Hotel in Fairbanks from March 13th through the 16th.

Tribal members and Chiefs discussed important issues facing our people including alcohol abuse, education, cancer strategies, and more. Our leaders were able to hear from State lawmakers and voice their concerns for their own communities.

TCC brought in former youth delegates or ‘emerging leaders’ who were able to coach and guide this year’s youth delegates during convention. The emerging leaders helped youth through some of the most powerful youth speeches ever heard at convention.’