State of Alaska
Alaska Job Center Network
Job Seeker Resources
An electronic marketplace connecting people with employment and career resources.
Job Training Programs
Training to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to enter or
re-enter the workforce and become economically self-sufficient.
Adult Basic Education
State of Alaska High School Diploma by examination.
Assistance for individuals with disabilities
to overcome barriers to employment.
A structured system of training designed to prepare
individuals for skilled occupations.
Incumbent Worker training Program
The program is designed to increase the competitiveness of the business by ensuring incumbent workers acquire the skills necessary to retain employment, advance within the business or to provide the worker skills necessary to avert a layoff.
Trade Adjustment Assistance
Assistance for American workers who have been
laid off as a result of foreign trade.
Eligible Training Providers
A list of training program service providers and training
programs eligible to receive training funds under the
Workforce Investment Act. The list provides training
program participants with reliable and objective information
that they can use to help make training and career decisions.
Mature Alaskans Seeking Skills Training
This job training program assists low income individuals who are 55 years or older to obtain employment.
Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education
University of Alaska
U of A, Anchorage
U of A, Fairbanks
U of A, Southeast
Job Market Information
Self Service Registration /Questionnaire
Career One Stop
The Alaska Job Center Network is an
equal opportunity employer/program
Auxiliary aids and services are available to individuals with disabilities upon request.
Page Updated September 11, 2018