Other Youth Conservation Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in Youth Employment in Parks. We are unable to take applications at this time but encourage you to look for our application next year mid-February through mid-March online at Muni.org.

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There are also other summer opportunities for Alaskan youth!:

The Student Conservation Association (Ages 15+)

“SCA’s mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land.”

SAGA (Ages 17+)

“SAGA seeks to empower young people by collaborating with AmeriCorps, state and Federal agencies, businesses and non-profit organizations to offer workforce development, professional development, outdoor and experiential learning opportunities in Alaska.”

Youth Restoration Corps (Ages 15-18)

“Youth Restoration Corps (YRC) has a sixteen-year history of mentoring youth through community-based service & stewardship projects. Working collectively with partner organizations and agencies throughout Alaska and nine states of the continental US. YRC mentors at-risk youth through hands-on community projects that instills self-esteem and a meaning of purpose for teens 15 to 18 years of age.”

Alaska Geographic

“Early experiences with the wonder and intricacy of the natural world lead to a lifelong relationship with our wildest places. Alaska Geographic works alongside our many agency and community partners to connect youth to the outdoors through a variety of programs that encourage exploration, understanding, empathy, and stewardship.”

Alaska Youth Conservation Corps (Ages 15-18)

“Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) was established on August 13, 1971 through Public Law 91-378 to introduce conservation and preservation to youth in public lands. The YCC program is administered by the following: The National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management.”