Energy Education Contractor (part-time), Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP), Virtual

Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is seeking an educator to join its clean energy education and training team as a Contractor on a part-time basis for the summer of 2022 (between May 31 and August 5). The Energy Education (EE) Contractor will assist with REAP’s education and outreach efforts to K-12 educators and students through curriculum development and review, and support of REAP’s summer outreach activities. The EE Contractor will primarily be a virtual position. However, preference will be given to candidates who can also assist in person with one or more of the following summer camps: June 20-24 (Palmer), June 27-July 1 (Fairbanks), July 11-15 (Anchorage).

Seasonal Interpreter (full-time), Alaska Sealife Center, Seward, Alaska

This position engages with guests on the exhibit floor, maintaining the different stations around the Center e.g., touch tank, aviary, and activity desks, may present programs and lead Behind the Scenes encounters. This position is responsible for connecting visitors to the mission of the Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC). Each day is some combination of the tasks above. Pay rate: $15.00-$16.25. Apply here:

Environmental Education and Stewardship Intern (full-time), Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment, Copper Center, Alaska

Serve a small nonprofit organization in rural Alaska in developing, planning, and implementing outdoor education programs for all ages.  Live and work near Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, with many chances to explore the landscape and learn.  Our programs include hikes, science camps, community events, and research projects.  Learn about all aspects of environmental education!  This position can be a job, or we can work with your college to make it an internship. Job duties include planning and implementing a wide variety of environmental education programs, maintaining equipment, doing public outreach, and generally assisting with all operations.  Depending on skills and interests, the program assistant may also do curriculum development, take photographs, write news articles, and assist with scientific research. Please email a cover letter explaining your qualifications and why you think you’d be a good fit for this job, and a current resume to

Youth Program Manager (full-time), Denali Education Center, Denali Park, Alaska

The Youth Program Manager will provide professional project development and management for all Denali Education Center youth programs, both in partnership with the National Park Service, on our residential Denali campus, in Talkeetna, and additional youth programming that occurs. Successful candidates will be motivated, energetic, and organized individuals capable of developing and implementing innovative strategies to achieve our growth and development goals. View more about this job here. Candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and three professional references to sends e-mail). Inquiries and questions can be addressed to Hannah Noel, Program Director. Please include the position title for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. 

Outdoor Science Education Specialist (full-time, part-time) Into the Woods Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska

Under the direction of the Director’s team, the Outdoor Science Program Education Guide will implement, coordinate, and reinforce educational programs and program operations offered by Into the Woods Alaska (ITWAK). As a team member of a small, growing company navigating the ups and downs of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ideal candidate will show their ability to use creativity and work with flexibility. The primary duties of this position are educating students and leading programs; other tasks may include administrative duties and assisting with other tasks as assigned to maintain and move ITWAK forward. The Outdoor Science Program Education Guide must possess knowledge, experience, education, or a combination thereof in environmental sciences, as well as basic outdoor recreation skills and at least 2 recreation areas where they are either certified as needed depending on the activity, or comfortable leading programs, such as Mountain Biking, Nordic or alpine skiing, winter hiking and camping skills, summer hiking and camping skills, backpacking, water sports and safety, rock climbing, ice climbing, wellness, Naturalism and Outdoor Art, or any related field to outdoor recreation. Interested Candidates, please email your resume and a cover letter to View here for more job information.