Iñupiaq for “Future”

Quyana for expressing your interest in the Tiamuna Program. While our current student roster for the program year is full, we welcome applications for our waitlist. For further details about the program, we encourage you to explore our FAQ page. Quyana for considering the Tiamuna Program, and we look forward to the possibility of welcoming you aboard in the future.

Discover an online hub that connects Alaska Native and American Indian students to enriching educational and cultural activities.

Presented by the Alaska Native Heritage Center


Alaska Native Heritage Center preserves and strengthens the traditions, languages, and art of Alaska’s Native People through statewide collaboration, celebration, and education.


Thriving Alaska Native people and cultures are respected and valued.

What Tiamuna Does

The Tiamuna portal is free for approved families and allows for increased access and utilization of local services. Students use the Tiamuna online portal to select unique services that range from traditional cultural learning practices and academic tutoring to wellness and extracurricular activities, as well as before and after school care.  

The Tiamuna portal connects specialized service providers with caregivers and youth in the Anchorage area. Service providers are cultural mentors, coaches, and Elder who offer a variety of services to students through the portal, such as teaching, tutoring and after-school care.

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