Sealaska summer camp registration

The application period is now open for several Sealaska Heritage Institute camps and workshops for young adults.

Opening the Box: Middle School Math and Culture Academy runs June 10 to 20 for students entering grades six through eight. The application period closes April 30. Contact Jackie Kookesh at 586-9229 or

Latseen Running Camp runs June 26 to 30 for students entering sixth through eighth grades. Registration closes June 1. Contact Katrina Hotch at 586-9262 or

Latseen Leadership Academy will be held July 10 to 15 for high school students. Registration closes May 12. Contact Carmeleeda Estrada at 586-9280 or

Voices on the Land Summer Intensive takes place July 10 to 22 for students entering fourth through eighth grades. Application closes May 19. Contact Phyllis Carlson at 586-9144 or

Sealaska’s last summer camp, Latseen Hoop Camp, will be Aug. 1 to 4 for students entering sixth through twelfth grades. Registration closes July 7. Contact Carmaleeda Estrada for more information.

To apply for any of these camps online, visit

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