Alaska Native 8th Graders
Camp 1 – June 12 to July 5, 2019 | Camp 2 – July 13 to Aug. 5, 2019
Litnaugwiq is a federally funded program offered by Seldovia Village Tribe Health and Wellness in partnership with Ageya. This experiential program prepares students for High school by providing a unique experience of
If you are an Alaska Native eighth grader and wish to register for the Litnaugwiq camp please use the following link to enroll online:
If you are currently an Alaska Native eighth grader attending a qualifying school you are eligible to apply. AWE Camp is a federally funded science and math camp, which provides upcoming high school students with a unique experience to have fun, make friends and strengthen science and math skills that relate to the study of natural history and daily camp activities. Participants will interact with some of the best science and research organizations located in South-central Alaska.
Observing through the lens of seven different natural history subjects (marine biology, birds, plants, animals and tracking, fish, archeology, and weather and tides) campers will explore the beautiful Kachemak Bay/Homer area under the guidance of talented naturalists, rangers, and scientists.
Participants will become familiar with a variety of exciting science and math careers while working with professionals who utilize science and math in their daily careers. Throughout the 24-day camp, campers will enjoy fun-filled activities including traditional boat building, kayaking, camping, and natural history study while exploring the spectacular shorelines of Kachemak Bay. Each camp will host 32 students.
Along with an amazing camp experience, students set goals for the year and receive monthly life coaching throughout their ninth grade school year working with their own personal life coach.