We are here to assist eligible Alaska Natives and American Indians in obtaining and retaining employment and self sufficiency. We strive to meet the needs of the people we serve within today’s changing economy.
Applicants for employment-related services may receive assistance with the following: GED, tuition, fees, books, supplies, transportation, tools, work gear, child care, temporary room and board and meals.
Complete your application (424KB) today to see if you are eligible. (Note: Completion of an application does not guarantee services.)
Funding can only be awarded where the supportive service is directly linked to full time employment of the client.
In response to our Youth Delegates, we are placing an ever-increasing emphasis on youth workforce development and leadership skills. Other pages provide information on our Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO), our AmeriCorps and VISTA programs, TCC job openings, trainings and other job openings around the State of Alaska.
- The Work-force Investment Act (WIA) provides participants with classroom training, on-the-job training, work experience and supportive services. Our youth employment program offers year-round and summer only work experience opportunities for 14-21 year olds.
- The Job Placement and Training Program assists those who have a job skill to obtain and retain permanent employment. Special initiatives include the promotion of local hire with government agencies and contractors, career counseling and increased coordination among organizations involved in education, training and employment.
- Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO). TERO, through adoptation of local village ordinances, helps ensure maximum Native hire on or near Indian Lands.
- Youth Employment Services empowers Native youth facing barriers to employment by providing work experience, training and educational opportunities designed to foster world-of-work skills.
A roustabout is an entry level position with DDI that performs duties to support rig operations and maintenance and is accountable to the Roustabout Pusher/Driller. Applicants must be a Doyon, Limited shareholder, 18 years of age or older, be physically capable to perform job functions, able to pass medical, drug and alcohol screening, and be dependable.
For more information:
Doyon, Limited Shareholder Outreach
Phone: 1.888.478.4755 or 907.459.2127
Fairbanks Construction Academy
The Fairbanks Construction Academy provides FREE basic construction training for adults seeking skills that can lead to a good-paying job in the construction industry. No experience required!
For more information and to complete and application go to www.AlaskaWorks.org