Elias Saylor recently joined Doyon Foundation as a summer intern with the Language Revitalization Program. Elias was placed at the
Foundation through the First Alaskans Institute summer internship program. Read more
Doyon Foundation and Transparent Language, Inc. has announced the launch of the Doyon Foundation 7000 Partnership.
The goal of the partnership is to create leading-edge software for the teaching and learning of the Athabascan languages of Alaska’s
Doyon region, which encompasses approximately 12.5 million acres in Interior Alaska.
Doyon Foundation awarded a total of 75 scholarships totaling $49,600 to students enrolled in summer semester classes.
The scholarships included 26 $400 basic part-time scholarships, and 49 $800 basic full-time scholarships.
The next scholarship application deadline is November 15 for basic and competitive scholarships for the spring 2015 semester.
For more information, click here or contact Maurine Isaacson, scholarship program manager,
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 907.459.2049.
Arctic Information Technology (AIT), a subsidiary of Doyon Government Group, has donated $3,000 to Doyon Foundation to establish a
new competitive scholarship. The first scholarship will be awarded this fall for the 2014 – 2015 academic year.
This spring, shoppers have helped Doyon Foundation earn $315 – just by shopping at Fred Meyer! Simply by linking their Fred Meyer
rewards card to Doyon Foundation, and using their card with they shop, shoppers have nearly funded an entire basic part-time scholarship
for a deserving student. Read more.
The class of 2014 was celebrated at the Doyon Foundation Graduation Reception, which took place May 9 in Fairbanks. A total of 40 people,
including staff, board members, donors, supporters, family and friends, attended the reception.
See photos from the event on Facebook.
Or read more about the event here.
A total of 92 Alaskans donated to Doyon Foundation through the Pick. Click. Give. program in 2014,
giving $5,600 of their PFDs to benefit student scholarships. Although the 2014 PFD application deadline has passed, Alaskans still have the
opportunity to add or change a Pick. Click. Give. donation.
The 2013 Doyon Foundation annual report is now available.
Click here to view.
Beginning with the April 15, 2014 application deadline for fall 2014 competitive and basic scholarships,
Doyon Foundation will only accept applications online. Paper applications will no longer be accepted.
Did you know you can help Doyon Foundation earn donations just by shopping with your Fred Meyer rewards card? Fred Meyer is
donating $2.5 million per year to nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give.
You can support the Foundation while you shop with just a few simple steps.
Want to be part of the team that helps shareholders realize their dreams? Doyon Foundation is currently seeking applicants
for our administrative assistant job opening, a full-time, Fairbanks-based position. This employee works closely with the
executive director, provides administrative duties and board support that enables the Foundation to operate efficiently.
Our administrative assistant also works with the Foundation team to support the language revitalization program, scholarship programs,
community relations and fund development.
Learn more and apply here!