Repetitive logo of the School Business Partnership, which is a hand-drawn SBP circle.

School Business Partnerships

Working together for students and community

‌School Business Partnerships connects more than 600 school and business partners in collaborations that benefit our schools and community. Interested in learning more about our program or being a partner? See more on our About us page »


Brenda Hansen new EDBrenda Kincannon has been named Executive Director for School Business Partnerships where she will identify, recruit and develop partnerships between ASD K-12 schools and the Anchorage business community. Prior to her new role, Kincannon served as the Anchorage Chamber Vice President of business development.



Engaging the community

Involvement from the local community is an important part of the Anchorage School District and education.





For businesses

Shaking hands

Learn about our program, ways you can help and how to initiate a partnership.

Business info »


For schools

Get tools and resources for building your school's partnership.

School info »


Tools for managing your partnership database.

Database tools  |  Partner agreement



School Business Partnership supporters

These business have made a financial contribution to the School Business Partnership program:



In-kind contributors

AAA Alaska, Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, Alaskas Airlines, Allure Day Spa, Anchorage Concert Association, Aurora Vending, BMW of Anchorage, BP, GCI, H2Oasis, NECA/IBEW, Providence Health & Services, Siemens Industries, Tastee Freez, Visit Anchorage, and Wells Fargo.