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The Anchorage Home Builder's Association Economic Summit will kick-off with a vision for our future. You’ll hear directly from Washington, D.C. as NAHB’s Chief Economist Robert Dietz, Ph.D.shares current news and a forecast on National & Alaskan Economies Doors open at 10:30 for access to Vendor Fair & Free Professional Head Shots! Tickets on sale at www.ahba.net or by calling 907.522.3605 $60 Individual / $500 Table (8) Thursday September 19th, 2019 at the Denaina Center
September is College Savings Month, and to celebrate, we are giving away four- $529 scholarship accounts! Check our Facebook page to find out how to qualify for the random weekly drawings. This month, we encourage all families to evaluate their college savings needs and goals, and take advantage of Alaska’s top-rated 529 offering - the UA College Savings Plan! Did you know? A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged way to save for future educational expenses. While the contributions are made with post-tax
Grow your business using the federal government program The federal government's annual goal is to award at least five percent of all federal contracting dollars to women-owned small businesses. Join us at this workshop and learn: Program benefitsEligibility requirementsHow to get certifiedWhat to expect during the certification processAnd more If you have a product or service and you want to sell to the federal government as a certified women-owned business this workshop is for you. This is a free
thread invites you to No Small Matter: A Summit on the Economic Impact of Early Care and Learning in Alaska. This biennial event brings early care and learning together with businesses, policymakers, and local communities for conversation and innovative thinking around the economics of early care and learning in Alaska.Why this Summit Matters: Quality Early Care & Learning Isn't Just Powerful - It's Possible! The early care and learning industry plays a critical role in Alaska’s economy. Businesses and
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release For More information Contact: Flora L. Teo, President Junior Achievement of Alaska (907) 344-0101 email@example.com Six Longtime Alaskans Inducted to the Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to be held in Anchorage Thursday, January 23, 2020 Anchorage, AK – Four outstanding Alaska
Join small business owners and administrators every 4th Wednesday at Cafe Del Mundo/Black Cup on Benson. This round table discussion will be lead by an expert on the topic starting at 7:30am. 8/28 - Employee Benefits with Nicholas Waindt of HUB International 9/25 - Externs in the Office - UAA, CITCI, and ACC 10/23 - Corporate Holiday Gifts with Rhonda Scott (Local artist) Hosted by C Business Services.
NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release August 20, 2019 For More Information Contact:Kim Rufen-BlanchetteJunior Achievement of Alaska, Inc.(907) firstname.lastname@example.org@ Twitter/ja_alaska Go Back to School…as a Junior Achievement Volunteer As Kids Head Back to School, JA is Seeking Classroom Volunteers Anchorage, AK —Back-to-school season is here. In the coming days, thousands of area students will be back in school to learn the “three R’s” – Reading, Writing and
Solid Waste Services is testing commercial glass recycling in Anchorage. Glass recycling will help Anchorage businesses save money, protect the environment and leverage community support.How it works: SWS will provide 96-gallon roll carts for GLASS ONLY. Carts will be serviced at least once a week with the option for twice-weekly, if necessary. All glass will be recycled LOCALLY by Central Recycling Services. Recycled glass is used in local construction projects and one of the few recycled materials that
BP is investing more than $280,000 in UAA’s College of Engineering and the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) in 2019, benefitting not only current university students, but also elementary school students and engineering professionals supported by the college’s extensive programs. “At UAA, we’re training the next generation of our state’s workforce,” said Dr. Kenrick Mock, Interim Dean of UAA’s College of Engineering. “Partnerships like this allow us to expand our impact and support the