Applying to Leadership Anchorage

 

The application deadline for LA 26 has passed. Please email Chuck Seaca, Director of Leadership Programs, at cseaca@akhf.org with any questions.

Interested in learning more about LA? Please fill out the form on this page to join our mailing list and you'll receive information and updates about events, open houses, and other program details for LA26 (2022-2023.)

Time Commitment

Leadership Anchorage consists of an initial two-day retreat in October and eight full-day sessions held monthly on Saturdays through May - with April consisting of two full days. Sessions are held at different locations throughout the Anchorage area to introduce participants to a range of neighborhoods and community venues.

In addition to the sessions, participants spend approximately 80 hours outside of class on their group projects, meetings with mentors, and preparations/readings for the class.

LA26 Schedule

09 Sep 2022 Kickoff Dinner
15 - 16 Oct 2022

Retreat

19 Nov 2022 Session
10 Dec 2022 Session
14 Jan 2023 Session
11 Feb 2023 Session
18 Mar 2023 Session
08 - 09 Apr 2023

Weekend Intensive

13 May 2023 Session

What is the cost?

Tuition is $2,000. A monthly payment plan is available and many participants obtain financial support from their employer, personal sponsors, Native Corporations, and other groups. We also offer need-based scholarships - indicate on your application if you are interested in more information.

Core Components of the Program

  • The Humanities
    Our approach uses readings, in-depth discussion, and reflection to guide participants in their learning. We use the history and stories of our community as valuable resources in understanding Anchorage's unique opportunities and challenges and in considering how we can shape our future.
  • Diversity
    LA intentionally engages participants from a cross-section of sector, background and experience, age, and interests to deepen understanding, challenge assumptions, and encourage new connections that might not otherwise develop.
  • Community Projects
    Working in small teams, participants partner with local organizations to work on community impact projects that tackle real, immediate needs within the Anchorage community.
  • Mentorships
    Participants select a mentor within an area of interest or industry to guide them in meeting their goals for leadership development and community contribution throughout the program.
AKHF: Celebrating 50 Years!

The Alaska Humanities Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that designs and facilitates experiences to bridge distance and difference – programming that shares and preserves the stories of people and places across our vast state, and explores what it means to be Alaskan.

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