This unique award is available to all students who meet KEF eligibility requirements. The award recipient will have the opportunity to participate in a six-week paid summer internship at KBBC, and receive a $3,500 scholarship in the following school year.
Please review the 2019 KBBC Workforce Dev Intern Job Description V2.
To get started on an application, CLICK HERE.
There are few forces in the world with the potential to positively impact a community so much as a single experienced, passionate and dedicated leader. A person like this gives selflessly of their time and their energy, and influences everything they touch. Brent Parsons was such a man. To honor Brent’s memory and lasting impact to our Alutiiq people, Koniag and KEF are pleased to announce the Brent Parsons Memorial Scholarship.
Brent was a long-time partner in an audit firm and was integral in keeping Koniag a financially strong corporation. He drew on his vast knowledge of financial and accounting best practices to strengthen benefits for shareholders. Always a mentor, Brent worked with many of Koniag’s board members and staff to help them realize their own potential. And as a life-long learner and recipient of a KEF scholarship, Brent understood and valued education.
There is a quote from the artist Makoto Fujimura that goes, “generative paths lead to resourcefulness, patience, and general creativity in life. They lead to cultural – and human – thriving.” Brent walked a generative path in everything he did, and through this scholarship for Koniag shareholders and descendants in the fields of Accounting and Finance, Brent’s legacy will thrive for our students as they pursue their own educational goals. We know that Brent will be looking down and smiling as future generations receive degrees and achieve their fullest potential.
The Brent Parsons Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to one student in Finance or Accounting annually in the amount of $5,000. Applications are due June 1. To learn more or apply, please visit us online at koniageducation.org, or call our office at 562-9093 in Anchorage, or 481-4122 in Kodiak.