Alaska has a wealth of interesting careers for high-demand jobs that do not require four-year degrees. Here are some of those stories. We’ll keep adding to this, so check back often.
The PATH Academy provides training to start a career as a Direct Service Professional as well as opportunities for job shadowing.
Learn about a career maintaining and installing those systems as an #HVAC #Service #Technician. The need for HVAC technicians is growing, offering good career opportunities and wages for Alaska job seekers.
The Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy is an annual program that teaches local young adults every part of working at a lodge, including of course Fly Fishing.
At the Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC), staff prepares students for a variety of different careers, building the skills that they will use in their future jobs daily.
The goal of the Alaska Maritime Training Center is to promote safe marine operations by effectively preparing captains and crew members.
The Southern Alaska Carpenters Training Center provides educational opportunities and apprenticeships for youth interested in carpentry.
At the Alaska Vocational Technical Center, AVTEC, Jacey gets hands-on experience using real networking and server equipment.
University of Alaska Anchorage Community and Technical College offers Automotive and Diesel programs preparing students for careers in the Transportation and Power industry.
High Schoolers at King Tech in Anchorage, Alaska can get started on their path to a career working with animals through the Veterinary Assisting program.
The Alaska Laborers Training School offers training for a career in construction through its apprenticeship program with no prior construction experience needed!
Members of the Anchorage Police Department team take pride in being a part of a department with a reputation for high standards and dedicated service to the community.
The Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy merges salmon and river education, with recreation and conservation principles to educate, engage and inspire Bristol Bay young adults.
Seeds of Change hires young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 to work part time. They tend to look for people without much job experience who want to learn how to get and keep a job.
At Covenant House, a new coffee shop is trying to launch people into the workforce and adulthood. An espresso machine expels steam in a loud gush as Katie Thaggard teaches an intern to make coffee at the new Covey Cafe inside the Covenant House, a youth crisis center in downtown Anchorage.
The Alaska Operating Engineers/Employers Training Trust prepares Alaskan workers with the skills necessary to meet the ever-changing needs of the construction and related industries.
Northern Industrial Training provides career training programs in Alaska that enable their students to learn job relevant, employable skills.
The Alaska Laborers Training Trust program provides 4000 hours of paid, on-the-job apprenticeship training in four discipline areas – highway construction, utility construction, building construction, and specialty construction.
The AJEATT is an apprenticeship program dedicated to producing Alaska’s best trained and most qualified electrical workers.
A group of Alaska youth get to experience some of the ins-and-outs of the hospitality industry. The youth are Service High School students in a program called ProStart.
Airplanes connect rural Alaska to the world, and all those planes need mechanics to maintain and fix them.