THANK YOU so much to everyone who made it out to support AYEA Teens Fly! We raised enough miles and dollars and companion fares to send 20 teens to Juneau!
If you missed the party, but want to contribute to AYEA’s travel scholarship fund, it’s not too late! Donate dollars at ayea.org/donate and pledge to donate miles or companion fare coupons here.
We raised enough miles, dollars, and companion fare coupons to provide travel scholarships to send 20 teens to Juneau for the Civics & Conservation summit this spring.
Thank you again to our hosts, Irina and Vika Morozova, and to our compelling speakers – teen Mariah Savoie, grad Meghan Cavanaugh, and state Representative Andy Josephson.
Applications Are Now Open for the Civics & Conservation Summit
Rural and urban youth ages 13-18 are invited to apply for this week-long, life-changing summit. Learn how the political process really works, study current legislation, and take action to advocate for issues you care about!
The Summit will be Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 21 in Juneau, Alaska. Tuition costs $100. Travel scholarships are available as needed. More information can be found online here.
Deadline for youth delegates to apply is January 9th, 2014. Early applications are encouraged. Click here to apply.
Contact Claire Pywell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (907) 274-3640 with questions.
Join us for a fun evening of refreshments and inspiring testimonies by AYEA teens and their experience at the Civics & Conservation Summit. Representative Andy Josephson will speak to the importance of the Summit and AYEA youth’s work in Juneau and beyond!
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
@ 5:30 – 7 pm
hosted by Irina and Vika Morozova
1029 West 16th Avenue, downtown Anchorage
RSVP : email@example.com or on Facebook
“At the Summit I realized that politics are really about taking care of people and the environment, and am very excited to get more involved now that I know how.” – Abbey VandenBerg, Gustavus
We need your help to send 20 teens to Juneau for the life-changing Civics & Conservation Summit. At the Summit, teens learn about the legislative process, study current bills, and take action to stand up for healthy communities and protecting wild salmon.
“The Civics & Conservation Summit changed my views on politics. I feel that I really can connect to my legislators as people rather than blaming and complaining about what they’re doing wrong. Because of this week, I’ll keep keep up with politics as much as I do with science. None of this would have been possible without the great friends I made here.” -Khan Overcast, Mt. Edgecumbe
AYEA rocks! AYEA teens are our future and they get it about the need to conserve our resources, support local, sustainable agriculture where we can in Alaska, and positively work with the Legislature. Let’s support them in their efforts! – Ann Rappoport, ACE Board & parent of AYEA Grad