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April 15 Basic and Competitive Fall
November 15 Basic Spring
March 15 Basic Summer

What's New
Foundation Welcomes Summer Intern

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

Partnership Formed to Produce Next-Generation Technology-Based Learning Materials for Endangered Athabascan Languages of Alaska
Foundation Awards Summer Scholarships
AIT Funds New Competitive Scholarship
Foundation Earns $315 in Fred Meyer Donations
Class of 2014 Celebrated at Graduation Reception
92 Donors Pick, Click, Gave to Foundation
Application Process Moves Online
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July 2014 Native Word of the Month
Student Profile: Raymond Pitka Jr.
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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!

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To provide educational, career and cultural opportunities to enhance the identity and quality of life for Doyon shareholders.

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The Late Reverend Traditional Chief Doctor David Salmon   "Athabascans never give up - they always keep going - for 10,000 years. Education is the most important weapon for Athabascan people today - use your education in a good way."

- The Late Reverend Traditional Chief
Doctor David Salmon