Alaska Works Partnership’s Industry Partners provide tremendous resources for Alaskan’s who want to build a better future.
Learn more about our partners today, and be sure to visit their sites to see how they can help you today.
The Alaska Apprenticeship Training Coordinators Association (AATCA) is composed of the Joint Administered Training Committees (JATCs). The JATCs engage in providing quality training for the majority of construction apprentices in Alaska. Additionally, they offer enhancement classes for journeyman craftsmen and Construction Academy courses for men and women to prepare them for applying to an apprenticeship or a career in the trades.
Providing safe and legal working conditions and advancing opportunities for employment in Alaska.
NABTU is dedicated to the stability of employment and economic security of organized construction workers in North America. Our purpose is to create more work opportunities, achieve living wages and protect benefit standards, not just for the members of our 14 national and international union affiliates, but for all construction workers.
Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects National Guard, Reserve, retired, and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry.
Nine Star Education & Employment Service
Through education and employment, services help Alaskans get a job! Keep a Job! & Advance on the Job!
Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) stands for people, partnership, and potential. We are a tribal nonprofit organization helping Alaska Native and American Indian people residing in the Cook Inlet Region of southcentral Alaska reach their full potential.
The Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center’s focus is on providing training opportunities for Alaskans to enter into registered construction apprenticeship programs for careers in the oil and gas, and construction industries. The Center offers training programs structured to meet market demands in all sectors of Alaska’s oil and gas industry, including the construction, operation, and maintenance of mainline pipelines, gathering lines, pump stations, flow stations, gatherings stations, compressor stations, and the construction and operation of oil and gas facilities.
JBER Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program
To assist service members and their families with creating a plan for their career and/or educational transition from military to civilian life.
JBER Family Readiness Support Center
The 673d Force Support Squadron, Military & Family Readiness Flight offers six locations that provide training, education, programs, information, and referrals to service members and families, retirees, and DoD civilian employees.
Fort Wainwright Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program
The Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program’s mission is to synchronize Army efforts to successfully transition Soldiers from active duty to the civilian sector by preparing Soldiers to be career ready, for educational and entrepreneurial opportunities, and by connecting them to opportunities that lead to civilian success.
Introduced by Congress in 1998, the Denali Commission is an independent federal agency designed to provide critical utilities, infrastructure, and economic support throughout Alaska. With the creation of the Denali Commission, Congress acknowledged the need for increased inter-agency cooperation and focus on Alaska’s remote communities.
Student learning, achievement, and lifelong success are the focus of the Anchorage School District. Within the District, families have many academic choices to meet a variety of student needs. Equitable access and opportunity are keys to building a successful learning path for each student. ASD celebrates our differences and is committed to the inclusion of all our community’s languages, cultures, and perspectives.