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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A group of four mountaineers carry their gear toward a red single engine aircraft on skis. The plane sits atop a wide glacier in a rocky, mountain amphitheater.
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Volunteer
 
The Alaska Public Lands Information Center logo - a blue box is topped by the shape of Alaska.
The Alaska Public Lands Information Center-Anchorage
Thank you for your interest in volunteering. We at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center in Anchorage feel that we have excellent opportunities for you to make a difference while enjoying the outdoors in Alaska. 

 

We are looking for people who would enjoy working in our Visitor Center who enjoy the following:

  • interacting with visitors
  • working with children's groups
  • updating our website.  

We will work with the volunteers to set a flexible schedule to fit their wants and needs. 

If you're interested in a volunteer position at our Anchorage center, fill out our volunteer form, and send it to glenn_hart@nps.gov

If you're interested in a volunteer position at any of the other centers follow the links below:



 If you're looking to volunteer for our partners you can find that information below:

National Park Service

Bureau of Land Management

Alaska State Parks 

U.S. Forest Service

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service





 
The striated Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park is a river of ice cutting between craggy mountain peaks dusted with snow. The sky is partly cloudy and shadows fall across the scene. Did You Know?
Alaska's 100,000-plus glaciers cover over 16,000 sq mi. In Wrangell-St Elias National Park, the Malaspina is the largest piedmont glacier in the world, the Bagley Icefield is the largest non-polar icefield in North America, and the Bering is the largest glacier in North America.