“…provide Native people the opportunity to pursue higher education…”
Native American Career and Technical Education Program
NACTEP is a federally funded program by the US Department of Education to provide Native people the opportunity to pursue higher education and empower them to obtain better employment opportunities. NACTEP provides scholarships to qualifying students to attend the University of Alaska Fairbanks Interior Alaska Campus (IAC) distance learning program in a wide range of study areas. To qualify a student must be a tribal member of one of the CATG villages and accepted into one of the 7 NACTEP career pathways.
NACTEP provides student support services to participants to assist them in meeting their educational goals.
Funding to qualifying students for tuition, books and fees.
Academic advising to assist and mentor students in academic choices to obtain degrees.
Academic tutoring to participants in all areas of study, focusing on English and Math.
Career mentoring to provide support, guidance and advice to participants.
Student support seminars to provide:
- Academic skills development workshops
- Career skills and job readiness training
- Leadership development
Julie Biddle, Project Director
James Johnson III, Student Services Coordinator/Success Coach
Mindy Strom, Administrative Assistant
For additional information, email the NACTEP program staff at email@example.com