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Youth Civic Engagement Fellow - Fairbanks

The Alaska Center Education Fund seeks 2-3 passionate, socially confident, reliable young Alaskans to be advocates and champions for voter empowerment and education as Youth Civic Engagement Fellows. The Youth Civic Engagement (YCE) Fellows will work alongside staff, volunteers, and community partners to conduct non-partisan voter education and outreach during the Fairbanks Municipal Election. This temporary contract position will run from August 7 - October 6 and provides excellent career-building opportunities in voter and civic engagement. The Fellows Program starts on August 7 and ends on October 6 with possible flexibility. The stipend for this position is $2,000.

To Apply: email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with “Civic Engagement Fellow FBX” in the subject line. We encourage you to apply even if you do not meet every qualification listed. Position open until filled.  

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Trailside Discovery Camp is an award-winning camp program in Alaska that provides a broad range of outdoor environmental education experiences for students ages 4 to 16 from all economic, social, and cultural backgrounds. We provide summer camps at a variety of locations in Anchorage, Chugiak/Eagle River, and Palmer. We also offer special year-round programming during In-Service Days and other school breaks.

We are seeking enthusiastic, creative, and hardworking individuals to join our summer staff team! We offer programs for kids aged 4-14 and are looking for staff passionate about environmental education and outdoor recreation, from science projects and crafts to kayaking; we have a program for you! Applicants must be at least 16 years old. Staff training begins May 16-20, and Camp runs May 23 - August 12. 

Jobs at The Alaska Center


The Alaska Center seeks an enthusiastic and talented individual to serve as the Government Affairs Manager, based out of Anchorage or Juneau. This position advances AKC’s mission for clean air and water, healthy communities, and a strong democracy by networking and connecting with diverse groups of individuals, communicating effectively with elected officials from all political affiliations, and building strong coalitions. This position represents AKC in the Alaska Legislature, implements and develops legislative strategies that protect and advance our policy agenda, and lobbies to pass and defend critical environmental laws, voting rights, and budget priorities.

To apply: email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with “Government Affairs” in the subject line. We encourage you to apply even if you do not meet every qualification listed. The first review of applications will be on March 6, 2023. Start date is in April.

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