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Building on the inherent strength of our cultural values, we shall assist our tribes and residents to create a positive future.

Kawerak's organizational goal is to assist Alaska Native people and their governing bodies to take control of their future. With programs ranging from education to transportation, and natural resource management to economic development.
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Sharing Knowledge and Skills

Sharing Knowledge and Skills is a program set up for community members of the Bering Strait region to receive a $50 stipend when they go to the schools and share their knowledge with the students. Anyone 19 years and older are eligible. The program is brought to you by the Bering Strait School District and Kawerak Eskimo Heritage Program.



QUESTIONS? Contact Marjorie Tahbone at 907-443-4382 or mtahbone@kawerak.org

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SHARING KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS FORM

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Kawerak Regional 32nd Annual Rural Providers Conference

The RPC is an annual gathering and cultural celebration designed by rural Alaskans who are substance abuse treatment providers, youth, Elders and family members interested in an opportunity to share information, address substance abuse and promote wellness. This year’s RPC is in conjunction with the Kawerak Regional Conference and will feature hands-on cultural events, talking circles, workshops, keynote speakers and more! Each evening will be filled with Traditional Native Dancing, other entertainment and a potluck on Wednesday evening. Please bring a dish from your community to share.

QUESTIONS? Contact Barb Nickels at 907-434-1833 or rc.coord@kawerak.org OR Bridget McCleskey at 907-694-5321/800-478-7227 or confcoor@gci.net

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THTE 2015 RPC WEBSITE AND REGISTER TODAY!

Pick.Click.Give.

Double your dividend!

Donate through the Pick.Click.Give.program to the Beringia Center of Culture and Science you can earn a chance to double your Permanent Fund Dividend. That’s a win-win! If you select Kawerak, Inc as a recipient, that donation will come to the Beringia Center to help us to finish our museum and cultural center facility in time for a grand opening in 2016.