Our Community Education programs support the traditional Kahtnuht’ana Dena’ina value of education – passing down cultural knowledge and traditions and supporting formal education. We believe education is a cornerstone of a healthy and thriving community. Alaska Native and American Indian people pursuing higher education and career advancement can access a variety of services.
Student Support Services
Support services are available for students during the school day to enhance their academic enrichment while they attend local area schools. Services include transition support, tutoring, Individual Education Plans (IEP) meeting consultation, 504 plan consultation, and post-secondary goal setting. We also offer Tribal family educational consultation services.
Scholarships are available to enrich educational experiences and support students seeking two- and four-year degrees, and other post-secondary education and training.
Youth internships help build job skills and provide practical work experience, cultural opportunities and career exploration for participants across a wide range of Tribal programs.
Career Training and Placement
Our career training program is open to Alaska Native and American Indian people who are unemployed or underemployed. We offer pre-apprenticeship assistance, vocational training, career development plans and more. The program also helps individuals who have recently been employed but need assistance with groceries, clothing and similar necessities before they receive their first paycheck.
Contact us to learn more about the Tribe’s educational opportunities.
Contact – Location
Kahtnuht’ana Duhdeldiht Campus
12271 Kenai Spur Highway
Kenai, AK 99611