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JBER is hosting a Rapid Hiring Event for Child & Youth Care positions onAugust 19th 10 am - 2 pm at the Alaska Job Center 3301 Eagle Street inAnchorage.Join our team and nurture the leaders of tomorrow! During our rapid hiringevent, qualified applicants will be interviewed on-site. Selected candidateswill receive tentative job offers and start pre-employment the same day!Pay starts at $16.70/hourBenefits include:Priority childcare placement with a 15% discountNew Hire BonusesPaid Annual and Sick
Two new mural projects honor Alaska Native culture Two murals planned by community leaders and created by Alaska Native artists will transform the face of downtown Anchorage this Fall with imagery that highlights Indigenous culture and inclusivity. The first mural, located on G Street on the east side of the RIM Architecture building, will be painted by Tlingit, Athabaskan, Yup'ik and Filipino artist Crystal Worl. The second mural, located on The Kobuk coffee and gift shop on 5th Ave. in downtown
Free books inspire young readers at READ UNITED Book BashOrganization rallies community with aim to double reading proficiency by 2026 Access to books is a first step in improving literacy and the Anchorage community is leaping the hurdle by delivering more than 5,000 books at an upcoming United Way of Anchorage event. As families prepare to return to school, the READ UNITED End of Summer Book Bash is getting local kids ready for success, bringing community partners and resources together. The event is
Leading Edge Flight Academy Partners with Ravn Alaska To Offer Pilots a More Direct – and More Affordable – Path to the Airlines
The financial investment required to become a professional pilot is a hurdle for many aspiring pilots. Additionally, the U.S. is facing a national pilot shortage caused by a training and hiring slowdown from the pandemic and a wave of early retirements. To support the long-term career success of pilot candidates and to help address the shortage, Leading Edge Flight Academy (LEFA) in Bend, Oregon, and Ravn Alaska, based in Anchorage, announce a strategic partnership. Through the partnership, LEFA pilots
The Chugach Electric Association, Inc., Board of Directors has named Arthur Miller Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Miller has been with Chugach for 32 years, most recently serving as Acting CEO. He replaces Lee Thibert who retired from Chugach earlier this year. “Arthur is the right person at the right time to lead Chugach,” said Board Chair Bettina Chastain. “He brings a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge, and has the steady hand and vision to continue to advance Chugach as a leader in the
Winners of ‘Bill Bivins Small Business of the Year,’ ‘Rita Sholton Large Business of the Year’ and the ‘William A. Egan Outstanding Alaskan of the Year’ Awards were awarded. ANCHORAGE, AK — The Alaska Chamber recognized two Alaska businesses and one Alaskan in Wednesday’s Premier Business Awards celebration for their outstanding service and dedication to the state. “These awards go to the best and brightest in Alaska business,” said Kati Capozzi, Alaska Chamber president and CEO. “Whether a company
Starting a business is no easy feat for anyone, and is all the more rewarding if you're living with a disability. Achieving your dreams despite the odds seemingly being stacked against you is, indeed, something you can be proud of. However, it may be that you're just starting off in the business sector, and you're looking for tips on how to get your business off the ground and running. If so, you've come to the right place. The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce has some tips to help you get started
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced a new funding opportunity for eligible non-profit organizations, state and local government agencies, private sector firms, and institutions of higher learning to provide entrepreneurship training to service-disabled veterans. The awarded organization(s) can use the funding to market, deliver, and scale existing service-disabled veteran entrepreneurs' training programs for veterans, service-disabled veterans, and Reserve component members