You’re a go-getter. A story-teller. A lover of public lands of all shapes and sizes. Seeker of mountain sunrises and quiet moments in new places. You enjoy having the wilderness as your classroom and can create meaningful connections for visitors and locals alike. Sometimes, you even prefer to sleep on a blanket under the stars than in a 5-star hotel.
The road to get here may be longer than what you’re used to, but we’re looking forward to you joining our team!
Whether you’re looking to be on the frontline of our educational retail stores, presenting science education research, leading backpacking or kayaking expeditions, or figuring out the logistics of it all – working at Alaska Geographic empowers you to have a hands-on role in supporting Alaska’s public lands alongside like-minded individuals who share a common love for the outdoors.
Alaska Geographic employs people in some of the most beautiful places in Alaska – from Glacier Bay and Denali to the Kenai Peninsula and Fairbanks. Join our team and help connect visitors to Alaska’s public lands by inspiring them to become stewards of our national parks, forests, refuges, and conservation lands. See current opportunities and apply online here.
- Skagway Branch Manager – click here to apply
- The Branch Manager is responsible for the daily operations at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Store, located in Skagway, AK. They ensure the efficient running of their branch, achievement of sales and membership goals, maintain staffing levels and stay within staffing budget, and are a positive representative of Alaska Geographic and its Partners.
- Gustavus Sales Representative – click here to apply
- This is possibly the most unique retail job you’ll ever encounter! If you’re up for adventure and want a chance to work in one of the most beautiful places in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and National Park, this is the summer job for you.
- Juneau Warehouse Coordinator – click here to apply
- The Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the daily operations of the Alaska Geographic (AK Geo) Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve warehouse in Juneau, Alaska including supporting retail tasks in accordance with Alaska Geographic policies and procedures.
- Science Educator – more information here
- If you enjoy having the wilderness as your classroom and can create meaningful connections for visitors to Denali’s amazing ecosystems, Alaska Geographic is looking for you! Alaska Geographic is currently seeking experienced educators for a summer of learning, exploration, sharing and fun. The primary responsibility of instructional staff will be the delivery of informative and engaging science-based programs that will leave visitors with a lasting connection to Denali and an appreciation of scientific research in the wilderness.
- Application Instructions: To apply please email a letter of interest, resume, and contact information to three references to the Denali Education Director, Madeleine Morimoto, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Anchorage Education Program Coordinator $26-28/hour – click here to apply
- Play an essential role in offering free expeditions and other student experiences for Alaska teens- supervise the day-to-day logistics and activities to execute and maintain AK Geo educational programs. The position will also contribute to outreach and engagement efforts, student recruitment, staff hiring, and program design.
- Lead Sea Kayaking Instructor (2) $180-215/day- click here to apply
- Our two Lead Sea Kayaking Instructors will run six multi-day programs in the Prince William Sound out of Whittier between June and August. Instructors will provide a safe, inclusive space for a diverse group of Alaskan youth and teachers while managing the inherent risks of sea kayaking in a remote wilderness area.
- Lead Backpacking & Stewardship Instructor (2) $180-210/day – click here to apply
- Our two Lead Backpacking & Backpacking Instructors will run five trips throughout the summer. Trips vary between multi-day backpacking trips and base camped stewardship trips around Southcentral and Interior Alaska. Instructors will provide a safe, inclusive space for a diverse group of Alaskan teens while managing the inherent risks of wilderness travel and backcountry experiences.
Paid internship opportunity! We are looking for an Anchorage Fishing Intern in collaboration with our partners at U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Alaska.
- This program helps urban Anchorage youth and their caregivers develop safe fishing skills near home. We start with simple lake fishing techniques using closed reels and bobbers, and, as the summer program progresses, we transition to river fishing in current for wild trout and salmon using larger open reels and rods. Through this program, we focus on breaking down barriers to participation including helping participants overcome the fear of outdoor situations by increasing competency through hands-on demonstrations and repetitive training in classroom and outdoor settings. Safety training included such as cold-water safety, fording rivers, proper life jacket use, basic first aid, orienteering, filing a float plan, and being safe around wildlife.
- Please click here for the position description
- Please reach out to our team at email@example.com for more information and to apply.