Now Closed: Sept. 30 Vocational Training Grant Deadline
The Sept. 30 vocational training/certificate-seeking and fellowship deadline is now closed. If you submitted an application, please watch for status and acknowledgment checklist emails from TCF. The next vocational deadline is the December 1, 2016 deadline (opens November 1). You may request an online new user account at any time to prepare for the next application deadline.
Upcoming: TCF, CITC and Eklutna Inc. Scholarship Deadline
The next degree-seeking deadline is the December 1, 2016 deadline (opens November 1). You may request an online new user account at any time to prepare for the next application deadline. CITC and Eklutna Inc. paper, scholarship applications will be available on November 1 via www.thecirifoundation.org.
Upcoming: Nov. 1 Project Grant Deadline
Grants are available to support projects that affect and/or involve Alaska Native beneficiaries of CIRI and further the education and heritage goals of TCF. Three different categories are available: Education, Heritage, and A Journey To What Matters: Increased Alaska Native Arts and Culture Project Grants. Visit the project grant portion of our website to learn more. The next Project Grant Deadline will be November 1.
TCF is Now Hiring!
TCF is currently hiring for a part-time office assistant position (temporary) . This position provides front desk and related support services for The CIRI Foundation using knowledge of proper use of multi-line telephones, orderly task performance, Microsoft Office computer skills, FileMaker Pro/Access, office equipment operations; and performs general office tasks as assigned.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and completed TCF job application. View the full job description here. Contact us at (907) 793 3575 or at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The Alaska State Council on the Arts, in partnership with The CIRI Foundation, is pleased to provide the Alaska Native Artist Resource Workbook to assist Alaska Native artists in furthering their artistic careers. Please contact ASCA for more information about the workbook and upcoming artists professional development workshops scheduled across the state.
The purpose of the Artist Grant Writing Handbook is to offer suggestions and clarify the process of writing a grant proposal for arts funding for individual artists and arts organizations.
It was developed by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council, a British Columbia Canada based organization whose mandate is to support the revitalization of Aboriginal language, arts and culture, and edited with permission to have Alaska-specific opportunities.
Upcoming TCF Deadlines
- November 1 – TCF Education and Heritage Project Grants
- November 1 – TCF A Journey to What Matters Project Grants
- December 1 – TCF General Scholarship
- December 1 – CITC General Scholarship and Alyeska Match Supplementary Scholarship
- December 1 – Eklutna Inc. Vocational Training Grant
TCF recipients in the news!
- Raina Thiele, TCF recipient, talks about her time at the White House.
- Esau Sinnok, TCF recipient, is recognized by the White House as Champion of Change and featured on the I am Innuit page.
- Kyla Morris, TCF recipient, talks about The CIRI Foundation on the CIRIosity podcast.
TCF supported projects in the news!
Our People – Stories Shared by TCF recipients, project grant participants, and those impacted by TCF.