Wostmann & Associates, Inc. is headquartered in Juneau, Alaska. We have professionals located in Juneau, Anchorage as well as the Pacific Northwest. Along with the professional opportunities, these locations offer an abundance of outdoor and cultural pursuits.
Juneau is a small city of 30,000 in Southeast Alaska, but big on outdoor, cultural and educational opportunities. As the State Capital, Juneau is the home to the Alaska State Legislature during the winter and spring. There are technical conferences, music festivals, Internet cafes, restaurants, a nationally recognized theatre company, an extensive public library system, three public boat harbors, a municipally-owned ski area, a campus of the University of Alaska and other amenities uncommon in a city of this size. There are no traffic jams or long commutes, but an abundance of breath-taking scenery and wildlife in the midst of the largest of the National Forests, the Tongass National Forest. Visit the Capital City Home Page or the Juneau Website for more information about our beautiful city.
Anchorage is Alaska's largest city with nearly 300,000 people. It serves as a hub for Alaska, offering an abundance of metropolitan activities and access to outdoor activities throughout the Last Frontier. Anchorage rests on the shores of Cook Inlet and at the foot of the Chugach Mountains. The City boasts year-round sports, outdoor recreation and seasonal festivities. Within 1-2 hours of downtown are world-class skiing, glacier exploring, wind surfing, hiking, white water rafting, wildlife viewing, camping, fishing and power sports. Recognized as a four-time All-America City, Anchorage is a modern city while surrounded by spectacular wildlife and wilderness. Find out more Anchorage by visiting the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, the Municipality of Anchorage, or the Anchorage Daily News. For more information about Alaska, visit the State of Alaska Home Page or the Alaska Travel Site.
Portland is the largest city in Oregon, near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. It has a population of more than 600,000 people, while the Portland metro area is home to more than 2.3 million people. The City is in a marine climate region marked by both warm, dry summers and wet, cool-to-chilly winter days. It is known for abundant outdoor activities, public transportation and beer and coffee enthusiasm.