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Interested in running for the Board?

Are you interested in running for the 2018 Board of Directors? If so, you can find the required forms here. Or, you can call the main office in Anchorage at (907)274-2433 for more information. … Read More

Community Engagement meetings scheduled for Kokhanok and Newhalen

APC management will host community engagement meetings in Kokhanok and Newhalen on August 10th and August 11th. Shareholders will have opportunities to hear about potential transportation developments and project work near both villages, and engage corporate leadership with comments, concerns and to provide general input.  APC staff will also initiate a general shareholder survey regarding … Read More

2017 SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The 2017 work season is kicking off with job opportunities opening up at APC Services LLC and Talarik Research & Restoration Services LLC. Please visit our EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES page for details. … Read More

APC announces retirement of CEO Mary Jane Nielsen & hiring of new CEO

January 23, 2017- The Alaska Peninsula Corporation, the Alaska Native Village Corporation for the villages of South Naknek, Port Heiden, Kokhanok, Newhalen and Ugashik, announces the retirement of its long-time President and CEO, Mary Jane Nielsen, M.A.  The Company also announces the hiring of Gerrie Ann L’Heureux as president and CEO, effective February 1st, 2017.  Ms. Nielsen’s career began … Read More

2017 Bristol Bay Cultural Heritage Grant Program opportunity

The Cultural Heritage Program goal is to engage BBNC shareholders and descendants in a wide range of educational activities that promote, preserve and celebrate our Alaska Native cultural heritage and way of life. Grant funds up to $5,000, must be used to support educational projects in one or more of the following priority areas: Preservation, practice and teaching Native languages of Bristol … Read More

2017 Bristol Bay Native Place Names Grant Program opportunity

The BBNC Education Foundation in collaboration of BBNC's Land Department has created the Bristol Bay Native Place Names Grant Program. Bristol Bay Native Place Names Grants are awards from $1,000 to $5,000 to collect Bristol Bay place names, as well as the stories, oral history and pronunciations of these places, before they disappear forever.  Place Names projects would include efforts to … Read More

Alaska Peninsula Corporation Acquires Yukon Electric Inc.

Anchorage, AK – Alaska Business Monthly - August 15, 2016 - Alaska Peninsula Corporation (APC) is pleased to announce it recently acquired Yukon Electric, Inc. (YEI). YEI is a company with a record of success that works primarily on Department of Transportation projects such as street and traffic lighting. APC finalized the purchase of YEI, its newest wholly owned subsidiary, in August 2016. … Read More

SHAREHOLDER PHOTO CONTEST

Alaska Peninsula Corporation needs your digital photographs to post at www.alaskapeninsulacorp.com and on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Alaskapeninsulacorporation. 1st PRIZE- $50 gift certificate 2nd PRIZE- $25 gift certificate 3rd PRIZE- $15 gift certificate  RULES: Contest valid from 10-10-16 to 11-11-16. "Like" our Facebook page at … Read More

2016 Change to APC Nominations Procedure

**ATTENTION SHAREHOLDERS OF ALASKA PENINSULA CORPORATION** The Alaska Peninsula Corporation Board of Directors has made some changes to the way in which persons can be nominated for Board seats- Click on the links below to make sure you're up to date on procedure changes for Board elections, petition rules and the Questionnaire for Nominees to Board of Directors.   2016 Shareholder … Read More

U.S. Small Business Administration approves APC subsidiaries for 8a program

May 18, 2016 The U.S. Small Business Administration has approved Wetaviq Universal Services LLC and Talarik Research & Restoration Services LLC to participate in the 8a Business Development Program. The 8(a) Program -- named for Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act – is designed to assist small disadvantaged businesses, including firms owned by Alaska Native Corporations to compete in … Read More