Former Intern Ralph Wolfe

“During my internships I was able to see firsthand how the corporation worked. I also was able to see how the Sealaska Heritage Institute offers many programs and promotes culture, identity and Native pride. I was introduced to a tremendous network of people and opportunities through the internship and after. I would highly recommend the internship to fellow shareholders and descendants to get a better feeling of how the corporation works.”

Name: Ralph “Góos'k'” Wolfe
Tribe/Moiety/Clan: Haida, Eagle Frog
Internship Placement(s) and Year(s): 2008 & 2009 (Sealaska Heritage Institute)
Educational Background: University of Alaska Southeast, Associate of Arts
Current Profession: Office Manager, Yakutat Tlingit Tribe

Sealaska is proud to offer the Summer Internship Program. This program is designed to provide professional experience to Sealaska shareholders and descendants and expose participants to the operations of Sealaska and subsidiaries. Interns will support the functions and mission of their assigned department or subsidiary. Sealaska interns are excellent communicators with a proven ability, and genuine excitement, for Sealaska’s vision. Interns are offered competitive compensation, travel expenses and housing support.



The 2015 Internship application is now available here.
 

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