Alaska Seeds of Change provides vocational training for young people through a variety of programs — including earning school credit! Vala created this story to share what she learned about working at Seeds.
Alaska Seeds of Change Recruiting Apprentices!
WIOA Youth Apprenticeship Program *Biweekly Stipend | Personal & Professional Development Leadership Development | Resume & Job Skills
Advocating for in-state mental health care
Op-Ed: It’s time to further invest in our state and our future; young Alaskans deserve better Authored by: Joshua Arvidson, LCSW, Clinical
Confronting Bias and Racial Injustice as a Therapist
by Saraj Gottstein As a clinical therapist who mostly specializes in trauma work, the components of my job include being a critical thinker,
Outdoor Yoga & Pop-up Market with Alaska Seeds of Change!
We're taking Yoga in the Greenhouse outside to our gardens at Steller Secondary School! Enjoy well-spaced yoga outdoors with Kayli Gronski, buy
Team building in the time of COVID with Team Building!
Team building in the era of COVID can be a little challenging. Most meetings happen via Zoom. We have new staff members who have never met their
Exploring Mental Health Through Art
This month, we're highlighting several clients who submitted art to our virtual art show: Exploring Mental Health Through Art. Click on the
Connections: Parent Support Group
This group is open to all caregivers and adult clients who have children. Connections is a group that provides a safe, consistent place where our
Advocacy Alert: UAA MS in Clinical Psychology
On February 21, the Dean of the UAA College of the Arts & Sciences recommended elimination of the MS in Clinical Psychology program at UAA. We
Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with COVID 19
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network has issued a fact sheet for parents/caregivers for helping families cope with the 2019 novel Coronavirus
New Growth Fundraising Event!
Oh, what a night! We had a fantastic time supporting our youth at our New Growth Fundraiser last Friday night! We netted more than $8,000 to