Augustine Hamner, with village ties to Chuathbaluk, has her heart set on mechanical engineering, and she’s already well on her way. Upcoming Spring Term deadline is December 1.
Calista Shareholder Tatiana Korthuis had a unique opportunity to intern on our lands in the Calista Region during Summer 2021.
Facing a federal deadline, Calista extends CARES deadline to November 30 at 11:59pm. FINAL opportunity for Shareholders who haven’t applied.
Kuhns is one of two Calista Shareholders and four Alaska Native women selected for a prestigious award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.
Our Elders’ ircenrraat stories have now been published in a new book, “Ircenrraat: Other-than-human Persons,” by Alice Rearden, Marie Meade, Mark John and Ann Fienup-Riordan, available through the Alaska Native Language Center.
The Yup’ik phrase for “Always Being Prepared” is Upingarrlainarluni (UU-BEENG-ah-lai-na-ah-LOO-ni). Presented by Calista Education and Culture, Inc.
The 2021 Akilista distribution will be mailed to Shareholders on or before November 19.
Today, on Indigenous People’s Day, we honor the culture and traditions of the Yup’ik, Cup’ik and Athabascan peoples of the Calista Region. Quyana to Calista Education and Culture, Inc., for your work to preserve Yuuyaraq, our traditional way of being.