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Now Closed: TCF, CITC, and Eklutna Inc. Scholarship Deadline

The December 1, 2016 degree-seeking scholarship deadline is now closed.

You may request an online new user account at any time to prepare for the next deadline. TCF, CITC, and Eklutna Inc. scholarship applications are available one month prior to each deadline. The next deadline will be June 1, 2017.

TCF’s Education Resources Handbook (PDF) (click to download) has additional opportunities you may be interested in.

Now Closed: TCF and Eklutna Inc. Vocational Training Grant Deadline 

The December 1, 2016 vocational training deadline is now closed.

You may request an online new user account at any time to prepare for the next deadline. TCF and Eklutna Inc. vocational training grant applications are available one month prior to each deadline.
The next deadline will be March 31, 2017.

Now Closed: 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 March 1.

 

Download! TCF has updated our Education Resources Handbook (PDF) for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.  Learn more about Alaska Native Organization funding, internships, study tips, and hundreds of scholarships and grants.

ALASKA NATIVE ARTIST RESOURCE WORKBOOK_2015 COVERThe 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.

NEW! Artist Grant Proposal Writing Handbookwritersfront_back

The purpose of this Grant Writing Handbook is to offer suggestions and clarify the process of writing a grant proposal for arts funding. It is adapted from the First Peoples’ Cultural Council of British Columbia to provide information and resources specific to Alaskan artists.

TCF is grateful for this partnership and collaborative spirit enabling us to
increase our resources to perpetuate and promote the unique artistic and cultural traditions of Alaska Native peoples!

Click on the book cover for an electronic copy!

Upcoming TCF Deadlines

 

TCF recipients in the news!

TCF supported projects in the news!

  • Decolonizing Alaska, supported by A Journey to What Matters and Heritage Project Grants, is highlighted on National Native News
  • Material Traditions, supported by A Journey to What Matters Project Grant is written about here.

Our People – Stories Shared by TCF recipients, project grant participants, and those impacted by TCF. 

Click on the picture to read each story.