Shareholder's Program Office

ASRC Federal is committed to investing in ASRC Inupiat shareholders by offering educational and professional development programs. These opportunities foster the development of the next generation of leaders and enhance the skills of employees. The Shareholder Program Office coordinates a portfolio of programs and serves as the centralized function to answer questions for ASRC shareholders interested in the programs offered by ASRC Federal. The SPO works closely with the ASRC shareholders to help maximize participation in our programs. Learn more about our programs.

Contact us to learn more about our Shareholder Programs.

Sydney Cain
Senior Programs Administrator
Email: sydney.cain@asrcfederal.com
Phone: 301-837-9097

Meda Snyder
Senior Programs Administrator
Email: meda.snyder@asrcfederal.com
Phone: 907-339-6809

Shareholder Hire

Our Shareholder Program Office works with ASRC Federal hiring managers to identify employment opportunities and help shareholders connect with opportunities that are best suited for their skills and experience. Qualified ASRC shareholders retain hiring preferences for job openings posted by the ASRC Federal family of companies.

View our current job openings.

Internship Program

The Internship Program offers ASRC shareholder college students an opportunity to explore future careers by working alongside experienced staff members who provide mentorship over a six to ten week time period. Internship placements are a great way to get on-the-job training, experience the professional work environment, build a network, and gain work experience.

  • Interns are paid for hours worked.
  • The costs of transportation and lodging to the intern work location are covered.

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be an ASRC shareholder
  • Enrolled in an accredited college, university, apprenticeship or certification program
  • Have attended at least one term or have graduated within the last 24 months.
Externship Program

The Externship Program provides ASRC shareholder students with the unique opportunity to work for non-profit organizations. ASRC Federal provides the financial sponsorship to cover the expenses.  Externships are designed to assist shareholder students who are pursuing degree programs outside of the ASRC Federal family of companies’ business offerings.

  • Student externs work under the direct supervision of personnel from the non-profit organization.
  • Placements range from a couple of months to multiple-year agreements.
  • Student externs work year round, 20 hours during the school year and up to 40 hours a week during the summer months.

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be an ASRC shareholder
  • Enrolled in an accredited college, university
  • Available to work up to 20 hours/wk while in school
Space Camp

Space Camp is offered through ASRC Federal scholarships to high school students. 14 students are selected annually through a drawing of names of eligible students who have submitted their applications and verification forms. Students who attend have an opportunity to ignite their sense of discovery during a Space Camp adventure. They are introduced to robotics, participate in a simulated space mission and build and launch model rockets.

  • Offered at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
  • One week program
  • Scholarships cover the costs of transportation, lodging, and camp tuition

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be an ASRC shareholder
  • Be a student in 9th through 12th grade (age 14 - 18, no older than 18 years of age by time of camp)
Terp Young Scholars Program

The Terp Young Scholars Program gives eight ASRC shareholder high school students an opportunity to experience college life through an immersive college readiness program. Students must enroll in one academic course and participate in field trips and guest lectures. Students will live and eat on the University of Maryland campus.

  • Offered at the University of Maryland, College Park campus
  • Three week program
  • ASRC Federal covers costs of transportation, lodging and camp tuition.

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be an ASRC shareholder
  • Be a student in 9th through 12th grade
  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA

For more information visit the Terp Young Scholars website.

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

Each fall, ASRC Federal partners with AISES by sponsoring ASRC shareholder students attendance at the AISES National Conference.  The annual three-day conference brings together students and workforce professionals to foster the success of American Indian and Alaska Natives in STEM fields. It is designed to strengthen students academically and professionally.  Students participate in workshops, social activities with other native students, scholars, and professionals from around the country.

  • Open to ASRC shareholder students currently enrolled in college.
  • ASRC Federal covers the costs of travel and lodging and attendees annual AISES membership dues.

For more information visit the AISES website.