Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company (Alyeska) has long recognized that donations to UAF are an investment in Alaska’s future. Alyeska’s philosophy of giving supports institutions that grow Alaska’s economy, such as UAF. Their long-time support has helped us to deliver top-quality graduates to the workforce.
Over the years, this support has taken a variety of forms, including scholarships, program and research funding, workforce development, internships, and more. Programs at UAF that have directly benefitted include the Rural Alaska Honors Institute (RAHI), the UA Museum, and the Science for Alaska lecture series. Funds established by Alyeska through the UA Foundation for financial aid purposes include the Alyeska Pipeline Native Fellowship, the Alyeska Pipeline AISES Scholarship, the Alyeska Community and Technical College Scholarship, and the Howard Feder and David Shaw Graduate Student Support fund.
In addition to financial contributions directly to these funds, Alyeska matches donations made by their employees. This allows Alyeska employees to substantially increase the impact of their gifts and also demonstrates the company’s commitment to a multi-pronged approach to philanthropy.
Alyeska was formed in 1970 to design, build, maintain and operate the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. Today, the company has 800 employees in locations across Alaska.
If you are interested in supporting students through the student opportunity fund(s) that this donor supports, please note the fund name(s) from the scholarship list below within the gift designation section at: Give Now.