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Employment and Summer Jobs Opportunities
Seven Park Service employees are wearing special glasses with reflective lenses and looking up to the sky to watch the transit of venus. They are standing on a concrete deck in downtown Anchorage.
Employees and interns at the Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center wear special glasses in order to watch the Transit of Venus in June 2012.

Job Opportunities at our centers:

We are offer a wide variety of opportunities to become a park ranger at all of our Alaska centers throughout the state. If you are interested in becoming a park ranger at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center and the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center and would like information about us, please contact us directly. 

Click Here for information about being a Park Ranger with the National Park Service in Alaska!

To find out about current job opportunities for the Alaska Centers as well as our partners park sites please visit

A dark haired young man in a blue button down shirt winks, while playfully pointing at the camera.
YCC students love working at the Anchorage Alaska Public Information Center!
For High School Students:

Youth Conservation Corps.
The  Youth Conservation Corps is a well-known program that has helped educate and enrich high school students since it's creation in 1970. Find out more information and how to serve with the Youth Conservation Corps please visit our YCC page.

For College Students:

The Student Conservation Association
The Student Conservation Association is a program created for college age students with an interest in the field of conservation and preservation through employment at different federal and state agencies nationwide. To learn more about serving with the Student Conservation Association, check out our SCA page.

Two rafters stand in shallow water at the edge of the Charley River headwaters. One red and one blue raft are loaded with paddles and gear. Vegetation is brown and the ground mucky. Did You Know?
The Charley River is the only completely protected watershed in National Park lands at 1.1 million acres. Arising at 4,000 ft of elevation, the Charley River runs 105 miles before emptying into the Yukon River 700 ft above sea level, for an average gradient of over 31 ft/mi.