Alaska Public Lands Information Center:
Community Partners Program
Girl Scouts of Alaska is proud to work with community partners to provide quality activities to enhance the Girl Scout experience.
Through program opportunities led by community partners, girls meet members of their community and other Girl Scouts. These partnerships also demonstrate Girl Scouting’s commitment to community service and encourage girls to wear their Girl Scout uniform and live by the Girl Scout Promise and Law as they improve our communities.
When deciding to attend a community partner event, troop leaders should research the event/activity prior to registering to ensure that the event meets the needs and interests of their girls and that all safety requirements are met.
The Alaska Public Lands Information Center offers a variety of educational programs, kits, and materials to assist teachers and youth leaders in meeting educational standards and curriculum needs. These interagency centers represent a local and statewide resource in teaching concepts in science, geography, mathematics, language arts, art, life skills, employability, and more. The facility is located at 605 West Fourth Avenue (at the corner of Fourth Avenue and F Street) in the Old Federal Building in downtown Anchorage.
The Alaska Zoo invites Girl Scouts of all ages to participate in exciting zoo adventures. Programs are packed with badge and patch material, as well as behind-the-scenes tours and animal encounters.
The Arc of Anchorage:
The Arc of Anchorage provides community service opportunities for Girl Scouts to make a difference in someone’s life. Share your gifts, talents, and hobbies, or just your smile and sense of humor.
Alaska Aviation Museum:
The Alaska Aviation Museum offers a variety of programs designed to help participants seek out challenges in the world, develop critical thinking skills, and to promote cooperation and teamwork. Service projects are also available. To schedule a program or for more information, contact Kelly Gwynn at email@example.com.
Campbell Creek Science Center:
The Bureau of Land Management Campbell Creek Science Center offers students of all ages the chance to learn in the outdoor classroom. Visitors have access to creeks, forests, meadows, and a rich abundance of plants and wildlife. Programs promote awareness, understanding, stewardship, and an appreciation for the natural environment. The Campbell Creek Science Center is located in the heart of Anchorage on the BLM Campbell Tract.
Rock-On Climbing‘s mission is to help the Mat-Su Valley grow into an active, happy, and healthy community by providing a premier indoor climbing facility and a safe and inclusive place to exercise. Day passes, punch cards, memberships, and group/party rates are available. Learn belay/climbing, bouldering, top-rope climbing, lead climbing, slackline, and more! Team-building activities and lock-ins are all available.
UAA Dance & Theatre UAA Dance & Theatre
Through engagement and hands-on learning, UAA Arts fosters a community where young artists can experiment & explore a variety of art forms. Girl Scouts have the opportunity to work with UAA faculty and students in many types of programs including, dance, theater, visual arts, and music. Group rates are also available for UAA performances. Contact Asia Bauzon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are interested in becoming a Community Partner, Program Development Specialist Maggie Ewan, 907-342-5012.