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Ahtna Intertribal Resource Commission is seeking a youth representative to participate in Board of Directors, Fish & Wildlife Committee, and State & Federal regulatory meetings.  This seat is being created to encourage interest in AITRC and our advocacy for our Customary & Traditional ways of life.

The person selected will adhere to the Ahtna Values, be fully engaged in asking questions and want to learn more about challenges affecting our region.

Requirements for Youth Advisor Council:
Ages: 14-18
Must live in region
Be a citizen of one of the eight Ahtna tribes
Be an active student
Be ready to learn and be an active participant.


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Assist AITRC’s staff with various projects including but not limited to fish, wildlife, and cultural research across the Ahtna Territory. Review State and Federal proposed changes in regulations that affect hunting & fishing in the Ahtna Region, and meet with AITRC’s Fish and Wildlife committee to review these changes. Attend State and Federal meetings that affect fish and wildlife in the Ahtna region, and provide written comments and/or public testimony. Some overnight travel throughout the State is required.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work with and report to the AITRC’s Executive Director to implement project goals and objectives.

  • Gain an understanding of Federal and State management systems as it relates to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) and Alaska National Interest Land Conservation Act (ANILCA).

  • Assist in the coordination of AITRC Fish and Wildlife Committee meetings, agenda, and reports.

  • Coordinate and disseminate a calendar of events for regulatory meetings that affect the Ahtna region.

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