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Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK)

Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK) exists to be the unified voice and collective spirit of Alaskan Inuit, to promote, protect and advance Inuit culture and society.

The $2,000 Arctic Internship Fellowship can be used for: travel, ground transportation, and living expenses. The Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK) can suggest housing in the area and fellows should secure housing before they arrive. Applicants should specifically indicate their intention to pursue this internship with ICC-AK in their MCompass application and their statement of purpose should align with the potential internship projects listed.

Potential internship projects include

  • ICC-AK Archiving Project: assist with organizing information for archiving project, ability to work independently, strong organizational skills, archiving experience, research skills, knowledge of ICC-AK history
  • Indigenous Knowledge Project: ability to work independently, strong research skills, attention to detail, excellent writing skills, and ability to synthesize/summarize heavy research documents
  • Food Sovereignty Initiative: help with developing communication and outreach materials, strong communication skills, ability to use multimedia programs including Adobe, social media savvy, knowledge of Inuit food sovereignty and food security
  • ICC General Assembly: Assist with planning and implementation of a virtual meeting. Specific tasks are yet to be determined
  • Communications Support: assist with updating communications plan and implementing communications and outreach projects, knowledge of ICC-AK
  • Research: general research and compilation

For more information, please visit the Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK) website.