Our Mission
It is the purpose of the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation to promote economic growth and opportunities for residents of its member communities through sustainable use of the Bering Sea resources.


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2015 BBSRI Port Moller Test Fishery

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Need a Job? BBEDC Employment Programs are Here to Help You

BBEDC's employment programs are gearing up for summer and ready to hire through the Seasonal Employment, Adult Internships and Youth Internship Programs.  There are new positions being added daily so check back often to see what job opportunities are available.

BBEDC Job Opportunities

Full-time Permanent Position Available at BBEDC

BBEDC is currently recruiting for a Regional Fisheries Coordinator.  The primary role of the position will be to implement and manage programs approved by the BBEDC board, assist in developing Regional Fisheries Program budget and coordinate with BBEDC staff for the development of fisheries related projects for BBEDC communities.  Full Job Description     BBEDC Employment Application

2015  Program Applications Available Now

BBEDC's 2015 program applications have been posted.  There have been some changes to programs so visit the program pages to read updated descriptions and get the most current applications and information.  Please remember the BBEDC Residency Form and the BBEDC Relationship Disclosure Form are required for ALL BBEDC programs. Residency Forms must be renewed annually with supporting documents and Relationship Disclosure Forms must accompany every application.

BBEDC Affidavit of Residency Form    2015 Relationship Disclosure Form

BBEDC 2013 Annual Report

BBEDC-Annual-Report-2013BBEDC is happy to announce that our 2013 Annual Report is now available online.  Copies are also in the mail to all 17 BBEDC CDQ communities. Enjoy!

BBEDC 2013 Annual Report



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.