U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski met with ANSEP Students and Alumni

ANSEP Students and Alumni met U.S. Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm and Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski to learn about Alaska’s future workforce and how investments, research and development funding will bring jobs and help build a clean energy future! Their visit consisted of two days in Alaska traveling to showcase what Granholm’s office calls the […]

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Alaska Airlines and Boeing host Aviation Day for ANSEP Students and Families

On August 13th, ANSEP students and their families attended ANSEP Aviation Day and toured the Boeing 737-9 ecoDemonstrator at the Alaska Airlines hangar. They were able to learn from experts in the field of science, engineering and aviation about how the ecoDemonstrator accelerates innovation by improving maintenance efficiency, enhancing safety, reducing waste and informing climate […]

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Kotzebue’s Ayiana Browning discusses her Park Service internship with ANSEP’s Summer Bridge program

This summer, 25 students from across the state are part of the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program’s Summer Bridge program. The program places ANSEP students in a ten-week paid engineering, science or business internship, giving them the chance to gain work experience and network with other STEM professionals.  One of the students chosen this […]

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ANSEP’s Summer Bridge program gives high school graduates opportunities to intern

The Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program, or ANSEP, was created in 1995 as a scholarship program for Alaska Native students. Now,  ANSEP is available for all Alaskan residents, supporting more than 2,000 students. ANSEP has opportunities for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, otherwise known as STEM, learning — beginning at kindergarten all the way to […]

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