Calista Corporation is launching a new website featuring businesses owned by our Shareholders, Descendants and their spouses. We’ve chosen Calivika as the site’s Yup’ik name.
The application period is underway for Calista’s Summer 2023 Internship Program. Early submissions are encouraged as recruitment and hiring will occur during the application period. The deadline for applications is March 15.
Delta Constructors LLC and Calista Corporation have finalized an agreement that will expand our ability to support Alaska Native workforce development.
Golga Qukailnguq Oscar from Kasigluk inspires young people to explore their culture and preserves Yup’ik traditions by creating hundreds of art pieces.
We know Typhoon Merbok was a historic storm but how does it rank compared to past storms in our region? What was done to gather information for threatened communities in our region?
Calista provided a $1.6 million grant to the Bethel CSF in January 2022 to provide food boxes to households throughout the Calista Region.
Yulista and Calista Corporation staff delivered backpacks and school supplies to all students in Hooper Bay and Chevak on the first day of school.
Kangiliriyaraq (Gong-eely-GHEE-yah-UK) in Yup’ik means “to provide with a new start” as it relates to Yup’ik naming practices. This Yup’ik Teaching Moment features the Albertina Dull.
The Alaska FiberOptic Project will connect Lower Kalskag, Upper Kalskag, Tuluksak, Akiak, Akiachak, Kwethluk and Napakiak to with a fiber-optic cable.