Supporting youth-led conservation efforts
The Youth Mini-Grant program aims to support youth-led projects that address conservation issues in Alaska. These include climate change, community health, racial and social inequity, and sustainable economies. The Youth Mini-Grant Program aims to empower youth leaders as they invest in their communities, become mentors, and delve into issues of social justice impacting Alaska’s cultures, communities, and well-being.
Youth ages 15-25 are eligible to apply for grant awards up to $1000.
Upcoming Application Deadlines:
- December 9, 2022 at 11:59PM AKST
Applicants to the Youth Mini Grant Program must meet the following criteria:
All applicants need to be Alaska based, or if attending school elsewhere, have an Alaska focused project. In order to be eligible for a Youth Mini-Grant, youth applicants must find a fiscal sponsor in the form of one of the following:
- 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
- Federally Recognized Tribe
- Public School
- Other equivalent organizations
In addition to a fiscal sponsor, successful applicants will also have an adult mentor/sponsor.
Applicants are highly encouraged to review the Youth Mini Grant Guidelines before starting an application.
For detailed instructions about the application process, please see the Youth Mini-Grant Application Instructions. To apply, click HERE.
For helpful hints for using our online application system, click here.
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