There are few companies that are as rich in history as the Chugach Alaska Corporation. Established under the Alaska Native Claim Settlement Act (ANCSA) in 1972, the sole purpose of the Chugach Alaska Corporation is to serve the needs of Alaska Native people. Opportunities are provided to more than 2,500 Eskimo, Aleut, and Indian people throughout the Chugach region.

Under ANCSA, the government gave 40 million acres of land and over $950 million to native owned companies. Since then, Chugach Alaska Corporation, along with others, have become leaders in business in the state of Alaska. Thanks to ANCSA, corporations such as the Chugach Alaska Corporation, are able to use a large part of their income to provide things such as dividends and scholarships to shareholders and their descendants.

At Chugach, values are an important part of the company; they have made a solemn vow to always protect the cultural values of its shareholders and descendants. Chugach is dedicated to profitability as well as celebrating Alaskan heritage and having ownership of Alaskan land. However, profitability is only one small part of Chugach, people are the driving force and relationships built on trust are the foundation.

Our Core Behaviors are what makes us who we are:

  • We do things the right way
  • We create meaningful value
  • We empower people
  • We build community
  • We leave things better than we found them

A company like Chugach will always put the customer first, a priority of theirs is a priority of the company. Chugach also has a history of making timely and thorough decisions they can be proud of. Throughout the company, from top to bottom, communication is also a vital part of Chugach. On top of that, open and honest communication is an area of pride for them. Time and resources are also devoted to employees to ensure personal and professional growth as well as providing the utmost respect for their opinions and talents.

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