Youth Camps

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation sponsors culture camps that provide fun, educational, and culturally rich learning opportunities to students of all ages.

Each summer, GHF offers free summer youth camps for middle and high-school aged students.

These overnight camps are usually held in July and include a variety of hands-on cultural activities that include immersion in Tlingit language learning. Camp activities include:

There are no youth camps scheduled at this time.
Please check back later.

In partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast and Juneau School District, high school students are able to earn dual credits for both high school and college.

The camps are offered free of charge and travel scholarships may be available to assistance out-of-town students with travel expenses to Juneau.

Registration is first come first serve and Native preference does apply. However, all students are welcome.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:  When do the youth camps take place?
Camps are generally held in the summer during month of July.
Question:  Is there a cost to attending camp?
Through grant funding and generous support from local Native organization. GHF currently offers the camp free-of-change to participants.
Question:  How can I sign my child up for camps and events GHF hosts?
For the latest news and classes, we encourage you to sign-up for GHF’s e-Newsletter. You also may visit our website and social media pages for current classes and opportunities.
Question:  How can I sign my child up for camps and events GHF hosts?
For the latest news and classes, we encourage you to sign-up for GHF’s e-Newsletter. You also may visit our website and social media pages for current classes and opportunities.

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