The NSEDC EET Program also works to connect residents to employment opportunities with many of our industry partners, including Glacier Fish Company and Siku Holdings. Glacier Fish Company employs successful trainees who are certified from AVTEC in Seward, as well as residents who have successfully worked in NSSP seafood plants. Glacier Fish Company harvests pollock and groundfish in the Bering Sea with the Alaska Ocean and Northern Glacier. A significant portion of NSEDC’s crab holdings are harvested by Siku Holdings, which includes the vessels Aleutian No. 1 and Patricia Lee.
NSEDC also works to connect residents with opportunities at land-based seafood plants in places like Dutch Harbor.
Community Employment Program
Every summer, NSEDC provides funding to municipalities and tribal organizations to hire individuals seeking education beyond high school. The Community Employment Program benefits the community organizations, along with the students returning home for summer employment.
Community Employment Program Guidelines & Application
NSEDC is excited to provide an avenue for residents to gain valuable work experience and professional development by engaging in productive and meaningful work within NSEDC departments.
- Internship applicants must qualify as a Norton Sound Resident under NSEDC’s Norton Sound Residency Guidelines. Proof of current residency is required as part of the application.
- Applicants must also be:
- Current recipients of an NSEDC scholarship and in good academic standing, or
- Recent post-secondary graduates (within one year) who received an NSEDC scholarship during their post-secondary studies, or
- Recent high school graduates who have been accepted to college or technical school and plan to attend in the fall
- If you are a current or recently graduated post-secondary student, please state your major or areas of study, and submit your official transcripts. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Recent high school graduates must submit an acceptance letter from a college or technical school.
For more information, contact Leslie Ladegard at (907) 274-2248.