“I would not have expected that I, who am barely out of savagery, would have to remind gentlemen with five thousand years of recorded civilization behind them of our Bill of Rights." --- Elizabeth Peratrovich
Each year, Sealaska shareholders elect directors to serve a three-year term on the board. Qualified Sealaska shareholders seeking candidacy as an Independent Nominee on the 2018 Sealaska Corporation proxy card, are required to complete the 2018 Nominee's packet.
In accordance with IRS requirements, Sealaska has mailed form 1099-MISC to shareholders, on or before January 31, 2018. Sealaska has learned that some of the 1099-MISCs were printed without the shareholder’s first and middle names. Sealaska will mail replacement forms to the affected shareholders the week of February 5, 2018.
Whether you are just graduating high school or looking for a fresh career path, Sealaska has several opportunities for you to explore. Sealaska offers internships in many fields, scholarships for college students and the chance for young people to voice their opinions as the Sealaska Board Youth Advisor.
For thousands of years, the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people have managed and lived off natural resources in a sustainable way. This customary way of life is in jeopardy for the Sitka Alaska Native community. Surrounding Native communities also depend on the Sitka herring, as it is one of few remaining herring spawning grounds. Proposed regulations by the Alaska Board of Fisheries (BOF) are being debated in Sitka this week, including commercial and subsistence regulations around the Sitka Sound Herring Fisheries.
Sealaska seeks the next Board Youth Advisor and is accepting applications for 2018-2019. Each year, Sealaska directors select a non-voting youth advisor to the board to provide input, gain board membership training and gain knowledge of Sealaska’s operations.