Last fall, a handful of girls in Juneau became brand new scouts — not Girl Scouts. They are the first girls in town to be officially welcomed into Cub Scouts, thanks to a decision the national organization made last year. Families are packed into a heated garage, hammering boards, drilling things together and talking about the birds they might see. Powers is one of the first girls in Juneau to be an official Cub Scout: the organization just started letting in girls in She knows, because that was her story:. I worked at scout camp with them because they allowed females to work out there.
I live in Barrow, I love it here and I want to spread environment cleanliness to all the villages and rural communities so that one day, we will know Alaska as: the clean state.
I am also very active in my free time playing sports, taking snow machine rides, etc. I love being outside and enjoy cross-country running and skiing. I am from Shishmaref, Alaska and I will be a senior at our high school. Alison Narog Kodiak.
Chiara Demientieff Bethel. Ariana Sanchez-Enlow Utqiagvik.
I enjoy teaching others about environmental safeties and things they can do to prevent catastrophes. I play Flag football and soccer. I am a senior at Frank A. Degnan High School. I am a 16 year old from McCarthy Alaska who is passionate about learning about the environment and what I can do to help.
Alaska Youth for Environmental Action. My name is Gabriel Stenek. I hope that if you're reading this, we can get to know each other someday. Kaitlyn Phillips Utqiagvik. Trailside Discovery Camp. Karl Pfeiffenberger is a senior at Seward High School who is passionate about the environment and politics.
I also sing a little, draw a little, live a little. Jay McCumber Utqiagvik Hi! Eve Downing Sterling Hi! Kaitlyn Phillips Utqiagvik Hello! In my free time, I like to play volleyball or ping pong. I have always taken an interest in the outdoors and the ecosystems within it, especially aquatic ecosystems, as I find myself to be an avid aquarium keeper.
Paul Huntington Galena. I am a proud feminist and I live in the eco-village of Ionia in Kasilof.
I'm a fish camp girl and village kid. Support Our Future Leaders Each year we bring more and more teens from across Alaska together to collaborate and inspire each other and their work within our communities. I love tutoring and helping others with their school work because to me, education is very important. The Program. Youth Climate Justice.
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Work With Us. Board of Directors. Our Staff. I also do Crossfit. I'm from a village based off the Andreafski River called St. In my free time I try to do the best for those around me and the issue I'm passionate about is the fish wildlife. Eagle River Camp. Lisa Tran Unalaska.
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My name is Malia Burk Stevens. Youth Ask. Get Involved.
I have a soft spot for dogs and am known as a Harry Potter fanatic. Kyle Hasse Wasilla. The accepted youth leaders travel from around the state to our Youth Organizer Summit where these passionate and visionary young Alaskans strategize about how to collectively take action on issues that affect their communities.
Jr Go Unalaska. I ed AYEA this last fall and was so excited to be around like-minded teens who cared about the environment.
Anchorage Camps. Virtual Camp. My family is so big that we have our own newsletter.
I enjoy dog mushing, running, photography, and spending time on the river. Gabe Stenek Shishmaref. I am also passionate about saving our oceans because the ocean provides a plethora of things for us and I believe it's time for us to take more care of it. My name is Olivia I live in Anchorage. All Camps. But seriously.
Our Team. I am passionate about my culture, our land, and subsistence way of life. I love to travel the world with my family and to learn about other cultures, their way of life and to experience it as a traveler not a tourist. Eve Downing Sterling. Palmer Camp.
He has been involved in AYEA for the past two years and is excited to participate in the summit as a trainer. Your donation can help ensure that year after year Alaskan youth are given the opportunity get the tools and the cornerstones to build a better for themselves and our state. My other practical hobbies are writing, listening meet my Alaska girls music, and many other art forms.
My name is Lisa Tran and I am 17 years old. I'm very passionate about keeping the environment I live in safe and clean. In my free time, I enjoy learning more about my culture, my community, and my history. I'm 16 years old and currently a junior at Soldotna High School. I love being outdoors, travelling the world, playing sports like basketball, volleyball and Native Youth Olympics, and helping to provide for my family through various subsistence activities. Neil Johnson St. Malia Burk Stevens Nenana. Our Youth Trainers Our Youth Trainers are incredibly talented leaders who have attended this summit before and, in collaboration with adult trainers, facilitate workshops on advocacy skills - from understanding the legislative process to direct action techniques.
I am very interested in doing what I can to make a difference and preserve the breathtaking beauty of not only Alaska, but our world! I have two brothers. I hope to meet all of you! My name is Neil Johnson. I have 8 brothers and 4 sisters - several have been youth leaders at AYEA in the past, and I have always wanted to get involved. Olivia Olsen Anchorage.
Orion is 7 years old and Noah is 6 months old. I participate in many different sports, and I'm very involved on what goes on at my school.
Quest Trips. Jenna Stringer Utqiagvik. I've been going to the Galena Interior Learning Academy for over two years now, and I hope to graduate there. I am very interested in learning new things every day. I look forward to meeting everyone at the summit! In his free time, he enjoys skiing, backpacking, pack-rafting, and biking.
I am from Bethel and Holy Cross, Alaska. As an Alaskan I'm greatly concerned by the threats posed to Alaska and the rest of the world. I am also deeply attached to my community and the environment around me after living here my entire life. Meet the Teens Our Youth Organizers are selected through a competitive application process. Each year we bring more and more teens from across Alaska together to collaborate and meet my Alaska girls each other and their work within our communities. I am a competitive swimmer, and am just starting to spring board dive. Thanks to AYEA, my concerns are acknowledged and solutions are being put into action.
I am really passionate about saving Alaska species and the environment. Cate Gomez Dillingham. I will be a senior at West High School. My favorite subject in school is math. I love gymnastics and Acro. I am 15 years old and will be a sophomore at Mt. Edgecumbe High School.