Finding a career and planning for your future can sometimes seem overwhelming – especially if you don’t know what you want to do. In the past, many people chose a career and stayed in that career for their entire lives. However, today it is common for people to change their careers over time.
It is important to do a self-assessment when looking for a career. Ask yourself:
Throughout the shareholder development section of the website, you’ll find success stories shareholders have shared about their experiences in their education, internship, training program or career.
A self-assessment is the first step finding a career that is right for you. Below you will find a couple resources to help you evaluate your skills and values, and match them to a career that is right for you. Have fun exploring!
Alaska Career Information System (AKCIS)
This site is open to all NANA shareholders. To obtain the log-in and password information you will need, e-mail shareholderdevelopment@NANA.com with “AKCIS” in the subject line.
A nationally recognized source of career information designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future career path. The Handbook is revised every two years.