Sealaska Supports Alaska Native Students with Record Scholarship Amount
Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Nicole George, previous Board Youth Advisor, presented Michael Cesar with a scholarship for the 2018-19 school year at Juneau-Douglas High School last year. More than 350 students are receiving a scholarship from Sealaska this year.

Sealaska is awarding a record $940,000 in academic scholarships for the 2019-20 school year. This is nearly $175,000 more than the previous year, continuing a trend of growth from Sealaska’s scholarship endowment fund.

Learn more about the scholarships administered by Sealaska Heritage Institute at MySealaska.com/Services/Scholarship.

Shareholders can view Sealaska’s financial performance in our 2018 annual report at MySealaska.com/Services/AnnualReports.


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