- Southeast Conference Job Announcement
Now that we’ve heard from each industry sector and outlined a path forward, Southeast Conference is looking to hire a Resiliency Coordinator to put these steps into action. Part of these efforts will intertwine with program delivery as the region’s economy struggles to recover. If you have a passion for the SEC mission and an interest in mariculture, biomass or transportation, and want to join the team, please send a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com
- President Biden Approves Alaska Disaster Declaration
- Midsession Summit Registration Is Now Open
- Landslide Victim’s Legacy Helps Haines Disaster Survivors
Dozens of households remain displaced after the deadly landslide that claimed two lives in Haines earlier this month. Now, a “shop local” initiative — originally spearheaded by one of the disaster’s victims — is playing a role in helping the survivors.
- Southeast Alaska SWOT Analysis 2020
A SWOT analysis is an in-depth analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. These regional SWOT analyses identify the region’s competitive advantages along with internal or external factors that keep us from realizing our potential. It helps answer the question, “Where are we now?” by identifying critical internal and external factors that speak to the region’s unique assets that we can leverage to maximize the economic potential of Southeast Alaska.
Mission: As the state and federally designated regional economic development organization for Southeast Alaska, Southeast Conference serves as the collective voice for advancing the region’s economy. Southeast Conference has 180 member organizations representing 1,200 people from 32 regional communities. The mission of Southeast Conference is to undertake and support activities that promote strong economies, healthy communities and a quality environment in Southeast Alaska. Southeast Conference began 58 years ago with a group of people supporting the establishment of a regional transportation system in Southeast Alaska, which led to the formation of the Alaska Marine Highway System. After that success Southeast Conference stayed together through more than a half-century to focus on concerns unique to the region, including transportation, maritime, tourism, timber, seafood, mining, health care, government, and overall quality of life.