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.”
“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.”