Engaging Alaska Youth in STEM and Community Resilience

July 20-22, 2017

Use this form to register for the “Engaging Alaska Youth in STEM and Community Resilience” at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Thursday July 20 through Saturday July 22, 2017. The planners for this workshop include NOAA, University of Alaska, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges, Alaska Sea Grant, STEMovations, Association of Interior Native Educators, National Park Service, Future Farmers of America, Colorado State University.

Availability is on a first come first serve basis. This registration form will be shut down when enrollment has reached capacity of 50 people. Registration costs $30 per person. It includes daily lunch, snacks, field trips, and many resources! Participants must make their own travel and overnight arrangements. Dorm space has been reserved at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks campus. You will receive additional information on making reservations after your registration is confirmed. Educators coming from outside of the Fairbanks area can apply for travel cost assistance. Please contact Peg.Steffen@noaa.gov for the form.

To register for the workshop you must fully complete this form and pay the $30 registration fee.  The fee may be paid online after completing the registration form, or by mailing a check to:

Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges
PO Box 2617
Homer, AK 99603

(Please include ‘NOAA Workshop’ in the memo field of your check.)

You will receive an email confirming your participation in the workshop when your registration fee has been processed. A detailed workshop itinerary, nearby lodging and dining recommendations, and additional information will be sent to all confirmed registrants prior to the workshop.

All attendees will receive a certificate acknowledging their participation in the workshop and the number of professional development hours earned.

For more information re: the overall workshop, contact Peg Steffen If you have questions re: the processing of your registration fee, contact Betty Siegel or Jason Sodergren.

Registration for this event is now closed.