Aang Aang Shareholders & Visitors!
The Ounalaska Corporation (OC) is the Alaska Native Village Corporation for Unalaska, Alaska, formed in 1973 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Incorporated with 269 original Unangan shareholders, OC now works to bring value to almost 500 original shareholders and their descendants.
The Ounalashka Corporation is a for-profit corporation, with a social mission to provide opportunities for its shareholders. The corporation’s main business interests are land leasing and development. OC is the major landowner in Unalaska, where it leases land to commercial and residential clients. Additionally, OC owns and leases premium office properties in downtown Anchorage.
To continue as a prosperous corporation, through excellence in education and management, to benefit Shareholders, thereby strengthening Unangan culture, and to be the premier village corporation.
OC Land-Use Permits
Interested in recreating on OC lands? Purchase a permit, access land-use rules and regulations, and find guides to points of interest located on our traditional lands.
Complete your Stock Will!
Do you have a Stock Will on file? OC is offering a $200 incentive for NEW and COMPLETE Last Will and Testament Forms! Having a Stock Will on file with OC lets you determine who will inherit your stock after your passing. If you pass away without a stock will, your stock will be distributed […]
OCE is Hiring! Environmental Scientist
OC Environmental Services, LLC is seeking an Environmental Scientist with 1-5 years of experience in environmental restoration projects, preferably for United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) or other federal and state government agencies. Prospective candidates must have experience with site investigation, characterization, and remediation projects regulated by ADEC and/or EPA. May through September will […]
OCE is Hiring! Environmental Project Manager
OC Environmental Services, LLC is seeking an Environmental Project Manager with 10+ years of experience in environmental restoration projects, preferably for United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) or other federal and state government agencies. The Project Manager oversees all aspects of environmental projects to include scoping, proposal development, budget, planning, scheduling, implementation, and reporting. […]