Through the Foundation, shareholders can apply for scholarships to support their educational journeys. Since its inception more than 25 years ago, the Foundation has awarded more than $6 million in scholarships.
A range of scholarship programs helps students of all ages and interests pursue both higher education and vocational training alike. Learn more about eligibility, the application process, and deadlines on the Doyon Foundation website.
The Foundation is also a hub for student support, connecting students with internship, career and training information, as well as with each other. The Foundation is also taking a leadership role in ensuring the survival of Alaska Native languages, through its language revitalization program. More information is available on the Foundation’s website.