Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) is pleased to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website, developed to serve its participants, employees, community partners and the general public. The site is easily navigable and includes up-to-date news and pertinent information about its programs, services and opportunities for community support.
“The goal was to have an intuitive, useful and well-organized web experience that improves our organization’s communication and fundraising efforts, while promoting CITC’s mission within the community,” said Tim Blum, CITC external communication officer. “We think we’ve achieved that.”
Highlights of the redesigned site include:
- Information about programs and eligibility details – all presented clearly with next-step instructions
- Links to partner organizations, community resources and information on CITC’s tribal affiliations
- Stakeholders and community partners can view CITC’s impact through a variety of timely news features, announcements, statistics and achievements
- Potential donors and sponsors can be a part of CITC’s mission by straightforwardly accessing information about how to get involved with CITC programs, services and events.
CITC’s mission is to “work in partnership with our people to develop opportunities that fulfill our endless potential.” Established in 1983, CITC serves more than 12,000 people each year through an array of integrated programs that include educational, employment and training services, child and family services and recovery and reentry services.
To learn more, visit www.citci.org.