Calista Shareholders Support Complete Census Count
Calista Shareholders are reaching out to share their concerns about the consequences of an incomplete Census count for our Tribes and communities.
Calista Corp. Asks Governor Dunleavy To Drop Federal Subsistence Board Lawsuit
Calista Corporation has asked Governor Dunleavy to drop the state’s court challenge to special limited hunts by tribal citizens in need.
Donlin Continues Field Program, Hires Shareholders
Donlin Gold LLC suspended its field season for roughly two months this year to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Work resumed in early June under strict safety protocols.
Brice Inc. Provides Jobs and Infrastructure Repairs in 3 YK Villages
Calista Corporation subsidiary Brice Inc. successfully bid on three rural infrastructure projects in the YK Region this summer—in Crooked Creek, Toksook Bay and Emmonak.
Take Wing “Tengluni” Moves Online Amid Pandemic
Calista Education and Culture, Inc. says the safety is CECI’s primary concern. Due to COVID-19, travel for all Take Wing “Tengluni” students is postponed.
PAEC Issues First Endorsements in 2020 General Election
Calista’s Public Advocacy and Engagement Committee has issued its endorsements of Congressional candidates in the 2020 general election.
Calista Summer 2020 Interns Gain Valuable Experience in Alaska
Calista Corporation’s Internship Program moved forward with adjustments this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Normally, interns are placed in Lower 48 Calista subsidiaries. This year, all interns work in Alaska and many of them are teleworking.
Take Wing “Tengluni” Program Adapts and Thrives Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Take Wing “Tengluni” is a cultural immersion program through Calista Education and Culture, Inc. for YK Delta students with a goal to increase high school graduation rates and postsecondary preparedness.
Calista Corporation Board Reelects Officers
The Calista Corporation Board of Directors elected officers following the successful virtual 2020 Annual Meeting of Shareholders.
Outreach intensifies to Alaska Native veterans eligible for allotments
Hundreds of Calista Corp. Elders who served during the Vietnam War and did not receive a Native allotment due to their service will soon be able to apply for a 160-acre parcel of federal land in Alaska.