APICDA’s Program Department provides village residents opportunities to pursue business startup funds, scholarships, vocational training and internships. Since its inception, APICDA has awarded over $4.5 million dollars to hundreds of students pursuing a college education and training. These programs play a vital role in APICDA’s workforce development and employment goals to help sustain the CDQ communities.
The Aleutian Marketplace Fellowship competition provides startup funds and access to established training and mentorship opportunities at statewide events that cater to innovators and entrepreneurs.
College and vocational education scholarships are offered to CDQ and Unalaska residents.