Ilisagvik College and Alyeska Pipeline Co. present this exciting internship opportunity! Gain real-life professional skills, earn a stipend, and obtain academic credit. • 1-2 internship spots are available • Internship track choices: Business Administration, Construction/Project Management, Information Technology, and Health & Safety • Interns will earn up to five academic credits • Free housing and… Read more »
Tanana Chiefs Conference is sponsoring Culture and Wellness Camps across the Alaska this summer. Check out their page to find one near you!
Developed by the young minds of the Sitka Youth Leadership Committee (SYLC), the “I AM” Campaign promotes respect, celebrates diversity, and connects youth across Alaska. It encourages young Alaskans to embrace their strengths, be proud of their unique qualities, and challenge stereotypes. We believe that recognizing and celebrating our differences strengthens community, helps build self-esteem,… Read more »
Everyday Young Heroes are young people, ages 5-25, who are improving their communities through service to others and making significant progress in achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each week, the YSA Team selects one young person to receive this honor. The chosen youth can have a project that is developed in or outside of the… Read more »
Through ongoing outreach into Indian Country and listening sessions with Native youth, the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) consistently hears that young people want to be engaged in a large network of their peers that also provides increased access to new and exciting opportunities and serves as a resource for their communities. In support… Read more »
Native American youth can make a difference, but first they must be organized and prepared for action. An effective way to accomplish this is through a youth council. A youth council represents a practical way of enabling youth to have a meaningful role in helping solve community problems. Types of youth councils include: Tribal Youth… Read more »
Training & Conferences
Project Venture, an evidence-based intervention, combines traditional native wisdom with positive youth development, social emotional learning, outdoor adventure, and service learning to create a unique approach that has been successful for more than 25 years. Beginning with a camp in Oklahoma during 1982, Project Venture has evolved into a model program recognized by the Substance… Read more »