The Alaska Permanent Fund was established in 1976 to permanently save and invest at least 25% of the state's oil royalties for intergenerational benefit. The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation is a state-owned corporation based in Juneau, Alaska that manages the assets of the Alaska Permanent Fund and other funds designated by law. APFC's pioneering investment model has been recognized globally for its ability to create and grow value for Alaska on a sustainable basis.
Alaska's youth are the future leaders of our great state. As the investment manager of Alaska's largest renewable financial resource, APFC recognizes the Alaska Permanent Fund and the youth are essential aspects of Alaska's future. The lessons in this workbook were created to teach and empower Alaska's youth about financial literacy, the fund, its structure, investment management, and how the fund is used to convert non-renewable mineral resources into a renewable economic resource for Alaska at middle school and high school education levels.
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