Sealaska is a partner with the Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP). SSP is a successful model of creating impact through partnerships and collaboration. SSP partners include international, regional and community-based organizations as well as representatives from tribal governments in Southeast Alaskan including Kake, Klawock, Sitka, Kasaan, Hydaburg, Hoonah and Yakutat.
Sealaska Technical Services, LLC (STS) is a full-service engineering, technology integration and environmental consulting company with a worldwide reach in the areas of water and energy management, national security, systems engineering, data management and analytics for both federal and commercial customers.
Sealaska, Sealaska Heritage Institute and Tlingit and Haida are joining together to host a medical fundraiser and appreciation dinner for Senator Albert Kookesh. Please join us in supporting Senator Kookesh. Save the Date - Friday, August 25, 2107.
Sealaska is a partner with the Training Rural Alaskan Youth Leaders & Students or TRAYLS program. TRAYLS blends experiential education, on the job training, career counseling and job placement for Native youth in Southeast Alaska to get on the path to higher education and employment in natural resource stewardship.
Rosita Kaaháni Worl advised directors that she would not seek re-election to Board that expired on June 24, 2017. "It has been my honor and privilege to serve on the board," said Worl. "I have always said that since I was elected to this office, Sealaska has always been my highest priority second to my family, and I’ve devoted my energies to this end. I am proud to have contributed to making Sealaska a leader as a preeminent Native corporation. At this point in my life, I have other priorities to which I’d like to devote my attention."
Sealaska held its 2017 annual meeting of shareholders in Hydaburg, Alaska. Each year, Sealaska holds its annual meeting in communities where shareholders live including southeast Alaska, Anchorage and Washington. For the first time, the meeting was held in Hydaburg, AK. “It’s meaningful for me and the board that Sealaska is in the heart of our villages in a meaningful way,” said Sealaska Chair Joe Nelson. “We had a strong attendance at the meeting and were able to hold up Hydaburg during an emotional time.”
The Path to Prosperity (P2P) business development competition has selected 12 finalists to advance to the second round of the 2017 program. P2P aims to identify and support new and growing small businesses in Southeast Alaska, especially those implementing sustainable practices into their business models. These businesses’ leadership is key to building social, economic, and environmental resiliency in Southeast Alaskan communities