Community partners

We are proud to partner with many different community organizations in Anchorage and across the globe who focus on supporting Alaska Native and American Indian students and families. We have strong partnerships with the organizations listed below who have committed to the success of Native students (click on the images to learn more):



ARISE Partnership

ARISE partners are committed to supporting sustained success for every Alaska Native student in Anchorage across their development—from learner to leader, toddler to elder. We want all children to have the opportunity to reach their full potential, because each individual’s success is a collective gain.

90% by 2020

Destination 2020 icon depicting 90% of students will graduate in 2020. ‌Individuals and organizations from our whole community are working together alongside schools and families to address the issues that undermine student performance. 


90% by 2020’s goals, decisions and action plans are based on objective, measurable information; we are driven by local data and informed by community expertise and national research.


Cook Inlet Tribal Council

‌‌Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) stands for people, partnership and potential. We are a tribal nonprofit organization helping Alaska Native and American Indian people residing in the Cook Inlet Region of southcentral Alaska reach their full potential.

Alaska Native Knowledge Network

Alaska Native Knowledge Network logo with five birds of prey flying in a circle. ‌The Alaska Native Knowledge Network (ANKN) is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaska Natives have acquired through cumulative experience over millennia.

Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program

‌‌ANSEP has evolved into a longitudinal education model that provides a continuous string of components beginning with students in sixth grade and on through high school, into science and engineering undergraduate degree programs and through graduate school to the PhD.


ARISE Kindergarten Preparedness

ARISE Kindergarten logo ‌Activities and information from Anchorage Realizing Indigenous Student Excellence (ARISE). We are proud members of the ARISE kindergarten preparedness strategic action team.


More resources

While some may be unaffiliated with Title VI, the links below are helpful resources for families and educators.


Alaska Federation of Natives    (907) 274-3611
Alaska Native Arts Foundation (907) 258-2623
Alaska Native Cultural Charter School (ASD) (907) 742-1370
Alaska Native Heritage Center (907) 330-8000
Alaska Native Justice Center (907) 793-3550
Alaska Native Language Center (UAF) (907) 474-7874
Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (UAA)  (907) 786-1899
Aleut Corporation (907) 561-4300
Anchorage Museum (907) 929-9200
Arctic Studies Center (907) 929-9207
Bering Straits Native Corporation (907) 563-3788
Bristol Bay Native Corporation (907) 278-3602
Calista Corporation (907) 275-2800
Chickaloon Village (907) 745-0749
Cook Inlet Native Headstart (907) 433-1600
Cook Inlet Region, Inc.  (907) 274-8638
Cook Inlet Tribal Council  (907) 793-3600
Chugach Corporation (907) 563-8866
Eklutna, Inc. (907) 696-2828
First Alaskans Institute (907) 677-1700
Johnson O'Malley Education (CITC) (907) 793-3265
Kenaitze Indian Tribe (907) 335-7200

KNBA 90.3 FM

(a project of Koahnic Broadcast Corporation)

(907) 793-3500

Koniag, Inc.

(907) 486-2530
NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. (907) 442-3301
Native Village of Eklutna (907) 688-6020
Native Youth Olympics (CITC) (907) 793-3600
Sealaska Corporation (907) 586-1512
Sealaska Heritage Institute (907) 463-4844
Southcentral Foundation (907) 729-4955
Tebughna Foundation (907) 272-0707


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