Temporary Intern, AKP

Cook Inlet Tribal Council Internship Program for qualified Alaska Native and American Indian students

Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s (CITC’s) Internship Partner Program strives to align with our overarching mission of working with Alaska Native and American Indian people to develop educational opportunities that fulfill our endless potential. CITC seeks to deepen our relationship with our people and provide valuable work experience in a variety of fields of study for our future leaders. In alignment with our community partners, CITC proudly offers a 12-week paid temporary internship program for qualified Alaska Native and American Indian students. This program will provide college students with real life work experience and the opportunity to apply their education in a professional work environment, bridging the gap between students to working professionals.

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. (CITC) seeks highly motivated individuals currently enrolled as a full or part-time college student, or recently graduated from an undergraduate/graduate degree program/technical school in a related degree field.

  • Accounting / Finance / Economics / Business Mgmt. 
  • Social Work / Sociology / Psychology / Nursing 
  • Information Technology / Computer Science 
  • Communications / Journalism / Marketing
  • Engineering / ANSEP Participants (Fab Lab) 
  • Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) Industries 
  • Construction / Project Management

Specifically, CITC recruits individuals seeking a future career-specific pathway to participate in a paid internship program for a 12 week term. Internship positions are available in Anchorage. Selected interns are responsible for providing their own transportation between their hometown/state and the internship work location. For example, if you attend the Mat-Su College and accept an internship in Anchorage, you are responsible for your own transportation to Anchorage.


Internship applicants must be eligible and qualified Alaska Native or American Indian pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act. Alaska Native/American Indian CIRI shareholders and descendants are strongly encouraged to apply.


As indicated on CITC’s employment website, employment with CITC is contingent upon successfully passing a background investigation.

Anchorage, AK

7 month(s) ago

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