Ray Suvv’aq Daniel, a Calista Shareholder, is working to become a civil engineer in rural Alaska to alleviate infrastructure needs.
Our Shareholders—especially Elders who served in wartime—appreciate our veterans. One way we demonstrate this is by hiring them and supporting employees, like Calista Shareholder Thomas Maloy, who decide they want to serve our country.
Qaneryaraq (Gahn-nuh-yah-uk) is the Yup’ik word for “Words of Wisdom.” This Yup’ik Teaching Moment features the late Raphael Jimmy.
Michael Fredericks received the AFN President’s Award for Small Business, and Golga Oscar received the Roger Lang Leadership Award. Both received a Calista Shareholder Award earlier this year in May.
Quyana cakneq to Governor Dunleavy, the Alaska National Guard and our Congressional Delegation for immediately responding to the plight of our communities harmed by the 2022 West Coast Storm.
The Y-K RTG Interim Council wants you to get out and vote in the November 8 Y-K RTG election! Here are some important voting reminders.
This year’s Akilista distribution is $3.85 million, a 15 percent increase from last year. Distribution will occur on or before November 18, 2022.
Please join us in welcoming Calista Corporation’s 760 new Shareholders! New Shareholders should expect to receive emails or letters in October.
More than 2,300 rural Alaskans in seven communities along the Kuskokwim River will receive affordable, high-speed internet for the first time thanks to an NTIA tribal broadband grant funded.