Supporting Youth

Alaska Seeds of Change employs and empowers local youth, promoting self-reliance and community involvement, to grow and sell fresh produce.  We work with young people ages 16-24 to help them develop the vocational and personal skills needed to become successful adults. We tend to look for people without much job experience who want to learn […]

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Stop eating stale greens that have to travel hundreds of miles. Alaska Seeds of Change has fresh, nutritious, locally grown herbs and greens.  Our most popular items are our lettuce mix and fresh

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Youth Apprenticeships / Internships

Alaska Seeds of Change works with young people ages 16-24 to help them develop the vocational and personal skills needed to become successful

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The growing system for these seedlings is pretty efficient, but it takes a lot of resources to offer our youth staff the support they need.  Please consider a donation to support our

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Alaska Seeds of Change is always looking for passionate, community minded folks to join us.  Just 3 easy steps to volunteering with

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Congrats to our Child & Family clinician Amanda, who recently completed her licensure requirements and is now an LCSW!  
“For me, being a quality therapist starts with having quality supervision. My supervisors at AKBH have supported my growth – both clinical and personal – since day one. Whether the supervision happened as an intern, as a clinician, in support of clinical hours or learning new treatment options, my (hundreds of!) supervision hours have been invaluable.” 
Want in on that quality supervision? Learn more about jobs at Alaska Behavioral Health here:
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Congratulations Amanda!!!

Were stoked to be joining @United Way of Anchorage and tons of community partners at the Cradle to Career kick off event this Sunday, May 22 from 2-5 p.m. at Begich Middle School.  Join us for an afternoon of free family fun at a celebratory party with food trucks, games and more! Learn about all the ways we support children and their families from birth through adulthood. Well see you there!
Looking forward to celebrating our program Alaska Seeds of Change and Power Center at Alaska Behavioral Health / formerly AYA !

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