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The Alaska Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund seek an experienced, dedicated, and talented Communications Manager to help advance our vision of a thriving, just, and sustainable Alaska for current and future generations. Our Communications Manager will work with our youth engagement, advocacy, and political programs as well as our development and communications teams to engage, inspire, and galvanize thousands of Alaskans to take action on various issues and support leaders who share our vision. The ideal candidate will be eager to cultivate and grow our communications outreach and organization visibility with volunteers and donors, be skilled at utilizing creative social media and digital communications tools, have a keen eye for written detail and design, and understand the power of storytelling to connect with a diverse array of communities.

This is a full-time position. While we have offices available in Anchorage, we are open to considering applicants from across the state.


Development Director

The Alaska Center seeks an enthusiastic and talented individual to serve as the Development Director. This position will develop and execute a comprehensive fundraising strategy including major gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations, special events, prospect research, stewardship, donor communications and planned giving. The Development Director supervises the Development Associate and supports the fundraising of the co-Executive Directors and the Board of Directors. The right candidate will be passionate about our mission and vision and understand the critical importance of engaging others to sustain our work.

This is a full-time position located in Anchorage, AK.


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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. 

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