Several of NANA’s companies have an individual shareholder development plan. If you are currently working for NANA, you should check with your human resources department within the company you work for, or your shareholder development department, to learn more information.
Below are examples of shareholder development programs that NANA currently or in the past has offered.
These opportunities are advertised in a number of different ways. You should always check the postings within the NANA companies. You can also contact your shareholder development department to let us know what you’re interested in. Then, if something comes up, we can contact you to let you know how to apply.
The internship starts with the shareholder attending the University of Alaska Fairbanks Law Enforcement Academy for 12 weeks (tuition paid). After successfully completing the Academy, the shareholder receives an Alaska Police Standards Council certificate. The certificate makes the shareholder eligible for employment with approximately 21 State Enforcement Agencies and 43 municipal police departments within the State of Alaska.
After receiving the certificate, the shareholder is given 12 weeks of paid on-the-job-training on the North Slope, making him or her eligible to work on the slope as a security officer. BP requires that all security personnel have at least 2 years of law enforcement experience; however, Purcell worked with BP to allow our shareholders who have been through this internship to work on the slope.
NMS recruits for this program two times each year. Contact NMS for more information (907) 273-2400.
The successful AVTEC Internship candidate will attend the Alaska Culinary Academy in the Professional Cooking & Baking Program at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC) in Seward, Alaska. Upon successful completion of the training program the intern will work in with NMS at a remote site as a kitchen helper and will continue development in the culinary field in an entry-level position with the Camp Services Management Division of NMS.
NMS recruits annually for this program. Contact NMS for more information (907) 273-2400.
GIS will select one intern to complete the Structural Welding Program at AVTEC in Seward, Alaska. Upon successful completion of the training program, the intern will begin as a welder’s helper in Galliano, LA. Time on-the-job can lead to becoming a certified welder.