Training is one of the most effective ways to protect your most valuable assets—your employees. Effective training can increase productivity and reduce the frequency and severity of accidents. A safer workplace boosts morale and improves employee retention. That in turn reduces costs, and fiscal responsibility is more important now than ever.
AMLJIA provides member support through a variety of training delivery systems, including on-site training, online courses, and a monthly safety teleconference. Contact us today for information about any of our training programs.
Not a member yet? Contact us to learn more about the benefits of membership in AMLJIA.
USDA Rural Development Grant Funds Available - Grant funds are now available through the USDA Rural Development Alaska state office. Application deadline is May 15, 2015.
Summer Food Service Program Needs Local Sites - The Department of Education & Early Development’s Child Nutrition Programs unit is looking for school districts, parks and recreation departments, non-profit organizations, tribal organizations, rural developments, camps and churches to operate Summer Food Service Program feeding sites for children and youth in low-income areas in Alaska.
AGFOA Spring Conference
The Alaska Government Finance Officers Association will meet at Wedgewood Resort in Fairbanks on April 29-May1, 2015. Click here for the conference program.
2015 Northwest Clerks Institute
The Northwest Clerks Institute offers a comprehensive curriculum in public administration management, technical skills, and professional/personal development. Click here for conference information and registration.
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"I'm a solid AMLJIA guy. You folks have been great."
- Eric Gebhart, Superintendent, Nenana City School District