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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We spend a lot of time on staff training!  

Last week, child and family clinicians spent two days immersed in the ARC (Attachment, Regulation and Competency) framework that is the basis of our work with children who have experienced trauma.  

Child & Family clinicians are also certified in Child Parent Psychotherapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Chemical Dependency Counseling, level 1. It all adds up to staff who have a lot of tools to help children and families. 

#trainingtuesday #mentalhealth #staffdevelopment #bestworkplacesalaska

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Don’t forget Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)!

Throwback Thursday to last weeks employee picnic in Anchorage. We lucked out with a hot sunny day and enjoyed good food, good company, and good fun!
Busy work days dont often leave time to get to know each other across or even within teams - so we make a point of carving out that time. 

Along those lines, our Child & Family clinics in Anchorage and Fairbanks are closed today for an all team retreat. Well be back open tomorrow!

You know what makes a rainy morning better? Being able to give clients a free loaf of bread from Great Harvest Bread Co. Anchorage, AK!  Thank you so much for the recent donation - we are feeiing the love!


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