Employees, shareholders, partners, and those interested in Alaska Native culture will benefit from quick and easy information related to Afognak Native Corporation and the Alutiiq Family of Companies. This app shares key public Company documents, office information and location, links, history and culture.
On December 18, 1971, Congress passed the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. In exchange for millions of acres of Alaska’s natural resource rich land, this Act created 13 Alaska Native regional corporations and more than 200 village corporations. Afognak is the village corporation for the original indigenous people who inhabited Afognak Island and lived in the village of Afognak.
Afognak Native Corporation is headquartered in Kodiak, Alaska, and as an Alaska Native Corporation it has very distinctive obligations to its shareholders. ANC ownership is unique in that shares cannot be bought, sold, or traded. Profits earned by Afognak and Alutiiq businesses are returned for the benefit of the shareholders and Afognak’s Native community, providing dividends and job training as well as funding scholarships and various social and cultural programs to improve the quality of life of Ag’uanermiut, “the people of Afognak” in perpetuity.
Key Features of this app include:
• Links to PDF copies of the Employee Handbook, Code of Conduct, Corporate Safety Manual, and a listing of Shareholder Benefits provided as a result of Afognak’s participation in the SBA’s 8(a) program;
• Photo gallery and commentary on Afognak Native Corporation History and Culture, including photos of the Board of Directors;
• Videos of Afognak shareholder success stories;
• Office locations, including maps, directions, and contact information;
• Links to Alutiiq Jobs, the Alutiiq Museum, shareholder documents, the Native Village of Afognak, the Native Village of Port Lions, and the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
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