Deadline for Sealaska board youth advisor position March 1

The deadline to submit your completed application, plus all letters of recommendation, is Friday, March 1.

 

The current representative is Madeline Soboleff-Levy. Sealaska descendant Soboleff-Levy is currently serving as the 2012-2013 advisor.

“I have learned more about Sealaska’s place as a contemporary business competing in today’s economy, and am still learning about our forestry business and impressive silviculture practices,” said Soboleff-Levy in a press release.

Sealaska is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 youth board advisor position. Each year, directors select a non-voting youth advisor to the board. The board seeks tribal member shareholder applicants who possess qualities of a young Native leader and exemplify the core Alaska Native values by which Sealaska operates.

The board recognizes that the newest generation of shareholders has much to contribute. Through the experience, participants will develop leadership skills. The maximum age for applicants at the deadline is no older than 29 years. The one-year term is June 2013 – June 2014.

The application and guidelines for the youth advisor position are available for download at the Sealaska website, sealaska.com .

For questions on the application process, please contact the Corporate Secretary office at 586-9249 or toll free at (800) 848-5921.

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