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Trainings & Webinar Events
Due to COVID, all trainings are done in virtual mode
June – August 2021
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Sexual Abuse Is Never A Child’s Fault
To help programs across Alaska make the most of this opportunity in the midst of Covid-19, the Alaska Children’s Trust has created a toolkit that contains a variety of resources, templates, safe social media activities, and other community outreach tips to further enhance your program’s message of building stronger families.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB)
The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) is a program for eligible households to receive a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service, and up to $75 per month for those on Tribal lands.
HOW DO I SIGN UP? Contact your internet provider to find how to sign up. Please check the FCCʼs website regularly for the latest information.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Households with unpaid internet bills are still eligible so long as they meet at least one requirement. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute $10-$50 toward the purchase price.
March 1 – May 6
COVID-19 has completely changed the way we live, learn, and play. Fighting this pandemic together, Alaskan youth want to influence the community by spreading messages of safety, hope, encouragement, and innovation. Join us, to keep everyone safe. That is why we ask Alaskan youth (ages 10-25) to submit various forms of art (e.g., painting, dance, music, digital, poetry…the list is endless!) that address a monthly theme for our statewide online platform. These submissions and their messages from you, our YOUTH, will be displayed and shared across Alaska.
This month’s theme: One Year Later (How has the pandemic changed the way you live, learn and play?)
Explore these opportunities and apply today!
Full Time – RurAL CAP
Until position filled
JOB: Coordinates the regional implementation of the Elder Mentor/Foster Grandparent Program, involving up to 100 senior volunteers in service to children with special needs in schools, Head Start centers and other community-based settings in rural Alaska. Elder Mentors (or Foster Grandparents, as they are known nationally) are part of the national Senior Corps, sponsored by AmeriCorps. The Coordinator is responsible for providing technical support and for coordinating program promotion, volunteer/service site recruitment, training, supervision, reporting, and evaluation. Oversees the activities of the Volunteer Site Supervisors. Also responsible for assuring compliance with grantor policies and required outcomes.
Part Time – RurAL CAP
Until position filled
JOB: Supports the planning, implementation and evaluation of a nutrition and gardening project to address food insecurity in rural Alaskan communities. Conducts program planning, designs implementation strategies, builds and supports program partnerships, provides training and technical assistance (TTA) to agencies and providers, develops resources and promotional materials, and completes program data collection and reporting requirements.
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