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Community Partners Program

Girl Scouts of Alaska is proud to work with community partners to enhance quality activities to enhance the Girl Scout experience.

Community partner program opportunities allow girls to meet other Girl Scouts and members of their community. These partnerships also demonstrate Girl Scout'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.

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Alaska Civil Air Patrol:

The Alaska Civil Air Patrol is a diverse group of cadet and adult volunteers that serve their communities, the State of Alaska and our nation. They are “Citizens Serving Communities” through a wide variety of methods, from conducting search and rescue for the US Air Force to assisting local Emergency Management Agencies. CAP offers aviation and aerospace workshops, hangar field trips, and guest speakers. For more information contact Lynda MacPherson.

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Alaska Zoo

The Alaska Zoo is excited to invite Girl Scouts of all ages for exciting zoo adventures! Programs are packed with badge and patch material as well as behind-scenes tours and animal encounters -  see the zoo as never before!

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Campbell Creek Science Center:

The BLM 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. Their 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. They have something for everyone. So plan a visit and discover the wonder in your own backyard!

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Kids Don't Float:

The Office of Boating Safety’s Kids Don’t Float program is a statewide K-12 injury prevention & boating safety program. Land and pool-based programs are available. Middle and High School Girl Scouts also have the option of becoming Kids Don’t Float Ambassadors. Participants learn to design their own lesson plans, instruct future boaters, and become influential leaders. For more information contact Iris Nawiesniak.

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Papa Murphy's - Anchorage

Papa Murphy’s – Anchorage provides the opportunity to see behind the scenes of the take-and-bake pizza business. Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to learn how to run a business, use math and science skills to make pizza dough, and even create their own pizza to take home. To schedule a program or for more information email Jackie Field.

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Quilts of Valor's Under Our Wings:

Quilts of Valor's Under Our Wings®  partners with Girl Scouts of all levels with experienced quilters create quilts for local veterans or service members. All supplies, including sewing machines and tools, are provided at no cost. For more information email Deanna Coupland.

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UAA Arts 

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. Email uaa_artsboxoffice@alaska.edu or visit http://artsuaa.com/ for more information.

If you are interested in becoming a Community Partner, please contact Program Development Specialist Maggie Ewan at mewan@girlscoutsalaska.org