The Alaska Humanities Forum’s programs for youth and educators are designed to deepen understanding of Alaska's cultures and participants' own cultures through immersions, self-reflective learning, and designed experiences. Click on the links below to learn more about each program.
AK|Next is a reflective, experiential program focused on developing leadership, cross cultural understanding, and connections between Alaskan youth.Learn More
Alaska History Day
As writers, filmmakers, web designers, playwrights, and artists, students create unique, independent projects that bring stories of the past to life through this annual national competition.Learn More
Through Creating Cultural Competence (C3), new-to-rural-Alaska educators build relationships that help them connect with the people, communities, and region where they will be teaching.Learn More
Educator Cross-Cultural Immersion (ECCI is an experiential program to help public school educators in urban Alaska better serve their Alaska Native students, communicate across cultural differences, and incorporate Alaska Native Ways of Knowing and Learning into their classrooms.Learn More
Take Wing Tengluni
Take Wing Tengluni supports students in Kuspuk, Lower Kuskokwim, Lower Yukon, and Yupiit School Districts through grounding in Yuuyaraq and post-secondary preparation.Learn More