Program Assistant/Intern and Tour Guide Positions (full or part-time), WISE (Wrangell Institute for Science & Environment), Copper Center, AK

WISE is looking for individuals with enthusiasm, love for the natural world and a knack for adventure to join the team this summer! The Program Assistant helps keep programs running smoothly, teaching, and inspiring local youth to be good stewards of the land. Tour Guides work with guests from around the world, introducing them to the natural wonders of the Copper River Basin. See full job descriptions and learn more at or call the WISE office to learn more and apply! At (907) 822-3575 or email Full or part time, competitive wages, housing available, unique chance to learn, grow, and serve.

Community Engagement Manager (full-time), Trout Unlimited, Southeast, AK

Trout Unlimited seeksto connect with southeast Alaska community leaders, business owners, anglers and hunters, partners, and visitors to the region, by attending and hosting events and activities that build community connections, sharing information and stories supporting habitat conservation and restoration, and developing and sustaining partnerships. The Southeast Alaska Community Engagement Manager will be a core member of TU’s Southeast Alaska team and is responsible for representing TU in the community, engaging the public in fish habitat conservation, and conveying through powerful stories how restoring and conserving fish habitat helps southeast Alaska’s economy, communities, and fishing opportunities. This position will work from a home office but must be based in a southeast Alaska community. This position is 40 hrs per week (full-time). For full job description and to apply:

4-H Assistant Program Administrator (full-time), University of Alaska Fairbanks, Bethel, AK

Bethel 4-H Programs are looking for energetic, responsible, and passionate people looking to make an impact and create lifelong bonds. Join a team of afterschool educators in rural Alaska. Help kids connect and discover their passion for learning as you get paid to make a difference! Develop and lead a community based 4-H program that teaches life skills via a mix of methods including project, special interest, after-school and/or community clubs and project groups. to plan, conduct, supervise and evaluate educational programs for youth and adults. Under the direction of the Bethel 4-H Youth Center, the Program Administrator provides leadership for planning, staging, and reviewing outside of school time K-12 programming activities and events for school-age participants, making 4-H programming attractive to diverse local audiences, and catering to rural communities. Please attach a resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information (email and phone number) for three (3) professional references with your application. Apply here: