The workshop will be led by Evan Gardner, developer of “Where Are Your Keys?” and Susanna Ciotti. If you’re new to WAYK, this workshop will provide a foundation in the method suitable for beginners using the Unangam Tunuu lessons created in St. Paul during the 2015 Summer Language Intensive. They will work with novice and intermediate speakers to help them accelerate their own language acquisition and work on their teaching skills, so they can hand off language to other community members.
By engaging a community, we hope to strengthen a community, as languages cannot survive without a community in which they can live.
There will be a potluck both days, so please bring a dish to share for lunch.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ROXANA KASHATOK @ 907-276-2700 EXT. 216
FUNDED IN PART BY: ANA GRANT 90NL0609 and The Aleut Corporation
The purpose of the American Indian Education Fund (AIEF) is to support American Indian students in achieving their dreams through completion of post-secondary education. AIEF continues to serve as a growing, nationally recognized leader that supports American Indian students enrolled in post-secondary schools. We seek out students of all ages who are focused on their educational goals, and who demonstrate the ability to make positive change in their communities and in modern society. We expand opportunities for students to attend and remain in tribal or non-tribal colleges by providing vigorous educational leadership and networking services, and by instilling development of institutional leadership and capacity making for students and schools.
We are currently accepting applications for 2016-2017 AIEF Scholarships. The scholarship is worth up to $2,000.00 and is offered to those students who are enrolled Tribal members or to descendants of federally recognized American Indian tribes as well as Alaskan and Hawaiian Natives. The applicant must be enrolled as a fulltime student at an accredited 2 or 4 year college/university or technical /vocational school in order to receive the scholarship. In addition to tribal enrollment and student status, students must meet additional criteria which can be found on the enclosed scholarship application. Students may also download the application on our website at www.aiefprogram.org. (more…)
Sale by Sealed Bid of Aleutians East Borough Property in Cold Bay, Alaska
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 2:00 pm Borough Anchorage Office
Borough Conference Room #200
3380 C Street, Suite 205, Anchorage, AK 99503
Sealed bids are due in the Borough Anchorage Office and will be opened at 2:00 p.m. on March 8, 2016
Bid packets can be obtained from the Borough Anchorage Office or call 907-274-7555 or email Charlotte Levy at email@example.com
Duplex and land on Tract K-4, Plat 95-20 Aleutian Islands Recording District
Size: 0.39 acres
Physical Address: Borough Drive Cold Bay, Alaska
Minimum Offer: $ 95,800
Deposit: $ 9,580
Important Notice: If you received this solicitation from anyone other than the Borough Anchorage Office, you must register with the Borough Anchorage Office to receive subsequent amendments. Failure to contact the Borough Anchorage Office to register may result in the rejection of your offer.