The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development has just made its March 2018 Alaska LNG Project Gasline Workforce Plan available. Please visit this link to view or download the plan in PDF format.
We are asking for your feedback as we review the 2010 Alaska CTE Plan. Two surveys have been developed, a general CTE survey and a survey specific to those representing business and industry in Alaska. Please select the most fitting survey to complete.
Please complete this survey by April 6, 2017. You are welcome to forward this message to others with an interest in career and technical education.
By participating in this brief survey, you can assist in efforts to improve Alaska’s career and technical education system and help ensure that Alaskans have the education and training to meet our state’s industry needs.
In 2009 the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DOLWD), the Department of Education and Early Development (DEED), and the University of Alaska (UA) worked together to develop Alaska’s first plan for Career and Technical Education or CTE (formerly known as vocational education). This original plan, finalized in 2010, was developed in recognition of the need for a stronger system to meet both the educational needs of students and adults and the real needs of our workforce.
The Alaska Workforce Investment Board (AWIB), in coordination with DOLWD, DEED, and UA, has formed a Workgroup of board members and other education leaders to review Alaska’s 2010 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Plan and create an addendum to it. With this effort, the Workgroup intends to:
Please contact Allison if you have any questions about the survey or the AWIB Workgroup’s effort.
Executive Director, Alaska Workforce Investment Board
Department of Labor & Workforce Development
Phone: (907) 375-6407
In April, UAA will be helping to celebrate financial literacy month. To kick it off, the UAA Financial Aid Office will be hosting events around campus, including the Financial Literacy Resource Fair and Colin Ryan show on April 5. This is free and open to the community and would be great to encourage high school students (and their families) to attend.
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