The BBEDC 2016 Program Directory is here. Please remember to renew your BBEDC CDQ residency for the coming year, applications must be accompanied by both a Residency Form and Relationship Disclosure Form. See individual program website pages to read more about our programs, download applications, and view past participant photos. All information, forms, etc. can also be accessed by using the Quick Link: Program Applications and Information on the front page of the website to see all program forms at once on the Downloads page. BBEDC 2016 Program Directory Regional Fisheries Program Application Deadlines Residency Form Relationship Disclosure Form
BBEDC will be holding its annual Business of Fish Workshop in Dillingham on May 6th, 9am at the Bristol Bay Campus and in Naknek on May 7th, 9am at Dolly's Hall. This is a great opportunity to sit in on interesting discussion and training on a variety of topics related to running a commercial fishing operation in Bristol Bay. For more information call 907-842-4370. Dillingham Agenda Naknek Agenda
Summer Job Opportunities
BBEDC will be offering a variety employment positions beginning in May. Please check back often as many jobs will be added in the coming weeks. Click here for the latest job offerings and call 907-842-4370 for more information.
Effective Immediately! BBEDC Residency Policy has been Revised
At the September 2015 BBEDC Board of Director's meeting in Dillingham, the board voted to revise the BBEDC Residency Policy to include a change in the number of days a resident can be gone from a CDQ community and still remain eligible for BBEDC programs and services. The allowable absence time frame was reduced from 90 consecutive days per year to 60 consecutive days per year. As before, there are excusable absences allowed for longer periods of time. Make sure you fill out the most recent form (9/2015) when submitting your residency form with any application. Please review the updated BBEDC Affidavit of Residency Form for more information or call 842-4370.
Developing Alaska's Maritime Workforce
The University of Alaska has been collaborating with maritime industry representatives, state agencies, legislators and other training entities across the state since 2012 on the Fishing, Seafood and Maritime Initiative (FSMI). The goal of the initiative is to assess, develop and deliver training programs, raise awareness and further research to prepare Alaskans to meet current and emerging workforce, economic and scientific needs. Through this effort, the Alaska Maritime Workforce Development Plan was created and published in May 2014. The University of Alaska is now working with maritime partners to implement the plan. We encourage you to read the plan.