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Alaska Native Peoples of Nome

Welcome to Nome Eskimo Community (NEC)

The Alaska Native Peoples of the Nome area have lived on the Seward Peninsula since time immemorial. Our unique cultures and languages have experienced considerable changes, but continue to thrive and develop today in the community of Nome, Alaska.

Representing the Native population in Nome, Nome Eskimo Community’s 2500+ members reflects the many heritages of the surrounding region. Among our member rolls are Central Yupik, Inupiaq, St. Lawrence Island Yupik and American Indians whose lineage is tied to Tribes in the Lower 48.

For nearly 70 years, NEC has represented the political, social, and cultural interests of Native peoples in the community of Nome and the Bering Straits region. While our mission and scope has evolved over the decades, our commitment to serving our members and community has remained steadfast.

Announcements
Nome Eskimo Community Strategic Plan NEW!  NEC Newsletter - Spring 2014

NEW! 
Landlord/Tenant Hotline
sponsored by volunteers from Alaska Legal Services (see flyer)

NEW!  Focus Group: Individuals with Disabilities & Family Members invited to discuss health care disparities.  Participants will received $25 Fred Meyers gift card. (see flyer)

Announcement of Changes to NEC Housing Program in 2013.
Jobs: Active Recruitment at NEC
Hospital NEW listings March 2014!

Office Assistant (temp)

Accounting Specialist

After-School Activities Coordinator

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Upcoming Activities


NEW! Robotics is Back!  Classes start soon! 
(see flyer) (see application)

NEW!
2014 Preschool Application (download Voucher Application)
More from NEC:
Hospital Affordable Care Act Info:
  1.   Informational Letter from NSHC (June 2013)

  2.   NEW!  Information Sheet for
Alaska Natives
(October 2013)

 3.  NEW! Applications for Exemption. 
            - Individual Form
            - Tribal Form

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 NEW! Fairbanks Area Plumbers and Pipefitters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee is accepting applications. (See announcement)

Nome Eskimo Community Strategic Plan 2009-2013

 
  Tribal Council  
Janice Doherty, President
Tiffany Martinson, Vice President
Shane Smithhisler, Sec/Treasurer
Mary Carter, Member
Doris Angusuc, Member
Sharon Sparks, Member
Alfred Sahlin, Member
Nome Eskimo Community | Phone 907.443.2246