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Career Counseling Event

Getting the Job Seeking SuccessCareer Counseling EventWe can help provide the tools! Monday, November 5, 2012; 9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.BP Energy CenterFree of ChargeThe Anchorage Chapter for Society of Human Resource Management (ASHRM) will be hosting a career counseling/job seeking workshop during the morning hours of November 5, 2012. More than 12 Human Resource Professionals representing multiple industries will be available to serve as Advisors to participants of this workshop. These HR professionals are the best of the best in Anchorage and will offer participants advice and insight regarding resume preparation, interviewing skills and industry specific careers.Participants will meet one-on-one with an Advisor as well as receive a variety of educational material regarding finding and securing an ideal career.While this is NOT a job fair, participants are encouraged to bring a copy of their resume so the Advisor can offer his/her suggestions for improvement!In addition, participants may bring a recruitment bulletin and/or job description of their ideal job so the Advisor can offer specific assistance to help secure and interview for the position.

Posted on 2012-10-25 by Bering Straits Native Corporation

CITC CUSTOMER SERVICE & MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, in partnership with UAA and Mat-Su College, will hold a Customer Service and Management Training Program for a select number of eligible participants. The program will be held February 26, 2010 through March 12, 2010 and is intended to help participants develop customer service, leadership, and other career building skills that are valuable in today job market. The deadline to apply is February 24. Space is limited and there is an application review process, so please apply early!

The application procedures and guidelines outline eligibility, descriptions, and qualifications for the program and are available through Alaska People Career Center.

Please contact Richard Perry at (907) 793-3370 or rperry@citci.com for more information.

Posted on 2010-01-20 by Ben Goenett

Kensington Mine employment opportunities

The Berners Bay Consortium HR Development Corporation, in partnership with Coeur Alaska, prepared a letter for Goldbelt shareholders interested in learning more about employment with the Kensington Mine.
Click here to view more info: http://www.alaskanativejobs.com/Employment%20procedures%20resident(a).pdf

Also, you can view Coeur Alaska current employment opportunities by visiting their website at:http://www.kensingtongold.com

For Kensington Mine employment please call:


Randy Wanamaker, BBC Human Resources at 907 789 6855
or
Danny Lakip, Alaska Department of Labor at 907 465 5547

Jobs
http://kensingtongold.com/jobs.html

Posted on 2009-11-09 by Ben Goenett

Alyeska Pipeline's Federal Right of Way agreement

Alaska Native Programs As part of Alyeska Pipeline's Federal Right of Way agreement we offer special educational and employment opportunities for Alaska Natives.

If you are an Alaska Native and wish to apply for work at Alyeska please submit your resume and EEO form to Alyeska_jobs@alyeska-pipeline.com.

Alyeska Pipeline recruits in the clerical, technical, and professional job fields and will maintain your resume on file.However, it is recommended that you apply directly to postings on the website that you are interested in and are qualified for.

You must meet the minimum qualifications for the job to be considered. Please be aware that submitting your resume in no way guarantees you a job. Please cc Bonnie Jo Savland at BonnieJo.Savland@alyeska-pipeline.comor Tracey Mueller at tracey.mueller@alyeska-pipeline.com.

For additional employment information see:

http://www.alyeska-pipe.com/Employment/AlaskaNativeProgram

Posted on 2009-11-04 by Ben Goenett

Kensington Mine employment opportunities

The Berners Bay Consortium HR Development Corporation, in partnership with Coeur Alaska, prepared a letter for Goldbelt shareholders interested in learning more about employment with the Kensington Mine.
Click here http://www.goldbelt.com/employment/career-development

Also, you can view Coeur Alaska'S current employment opportunities by visiting their website at: http://www.kensingtongold.com

For Kensington Mine employment please call:


Randy Wanamaker, BBC Human Resources at 907 789 6855
or
Danny Lakip, Alaska Department of Labor at 907 465 5547

Jobs
http://kensingtongold.com/jobs.html

Posted on 2009-11-03 by Ben Goenett

CITC YOUTH BUILD

Interested in obtaining your GED while also learning skills and building experience in the exciting field of construction?
Click here to find out more: http://citci.org/employment-training/alaskas-people-career-development-center/

Posted on 2009-10-28 by Ben Goenett

Computer Training

Nine Star Education & Employment Services - AnchorageBasic Computer Skills 8 hours FREE Designed for the person with little or no computer skills.

  • Learn basic computer functions
  • Utilize the mouse and keyboard
  • Study basic uses of the computer
  • Understand basic Microsoft Windows & Microsoft Office concepts
 Provides an overview of the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Understand how applications are used
  • Gain additional computer skills using the mouse & keyboard
SPECIAL TRAINING - Independent Study ($0.00-100.00)

Come into the Girdwood computer lab at Nine Star 5th Ave.- Anchorage; anytime between 8:30am & 5:00pm to use the computers. Conduct on-line research, type papers, resumes, or letters, or practice computer skills including the beginning through advanced use of Microsoft Office 2003 features. Cost is the same as the cost of the equivalent class, i.e. FREE for the basics, and $100.00 per program for more advanced studies.

See more information at:http://ninestar.com/employment-services-2/

Posted on 2009-10-28 by Ben Goenett

Get Your GED

Nine Star is the official GED Testing Center for Anchorage. The Adult Education program provides instruction for students working toward their GED or to improve basic skills. A variety of classes are offered with flexible class times and teachers dedicated to each student's success. Call 375-3716 for information about the GED program.

Need help with math? Call about College Prep Math or Math for the Trades (375-3702) . We can help even if you have a high school diploma or GED.

Click here for the Current Class: http://ninestar.com/education-services/adult-education/ged-testing-and-preparation/

Posted on 2009-10-28 by Ben Goenett

Career Development Centers/Technology & Skills Training

Nine Star Education & Employment Services Anchorage, AlaskaMISSION STATEMENT: "The Career Development Center provides work services to support Alaskans in achieving the Good Life.We assist in getting a job, keeping a job, and advancing in a career."Nine Star has three Career Development Centers available to all clients at 5th Avenue, Mt. View, and Muldoon offices. Hours of operation at 5th Avenue and Muldoon are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm, and 9am-6pm at Mt. View.

Some of the services available in Career Development Center are:  

  • Computer Skills Training
  • Resume development
  • Creation of cover letters and other professional correspondence
  • Assistance with completing applications
  • Career Assessments
  • Access to a bank of applications from local businesses
  • Acces to fax machine and telephone, including message line
  • Internet Job Searching
  • Job Referrals and Job Development
  • Direct Job Matching
  • Job Coaching
  • Interview skills practice
  • On-Line Access to Tax Preparation Services
  • Plato
  • Skills Tutor
  • Assistance with AK Housing applications and other community resource applications
  • Information regarding Job Fairs
  • Bus route mapping
For additional information contact CDC Coordinator Kaleem Nuriddin at 279-7827.

Posted on 2009-10-28 by Ben Goenett

The Alaska Coalition for Prisoner Re-entry

The Alaska Coalition for Prisoner Re-entry (AKCPR) is a support network of community, governmental and faith-based agencies committed to helping ex-offenders successfully return to society.

Ex-offenders can get help with: 

1. Housing referrals

2. Employment

  • Job skills
  • Work readiness skills
3. Education
  • Adult basic education
  • GED diploma
  • High school completion
  • English as a Second Language
4. Financial and legal
  • Budgeting skills
  • Small business development assistance
  • Legal advice
5. Health
  • Health care
  • Mental health care
  • Anger management
  • Stress management skills
  • Alcohol and drug treatment
  • Spiritual health

Are you a prisoner needing help with re-entry?

 

Call: (907) 644-8259 and ask for the Coalition for Prisoner Re-Entry.

 

For more information visit: http://www.akcpr.com

Posted on 2009-10-28 by Ben Goenett

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