Exploring is Learning for Life’s hands-on program for young men and women in grade 6th – 12th grade (until 20). Exploring takes youth out of the classroom and into their future career.
Middle school explorer clubs are for students in 6th – 8th grade. These clubs are based on the Department of Education’s and encourage youth to explore future career fields. Clubs meet 1 to 2 times a month and include both in-school and out-of-school activities, plus hands-on experiences. Programs include sessions from the two Career Exploration Books designed to supplement the school curriculum
Explorer Posts are for students in 9th-12th grade (until the age of 20). Posts are youth led and supported by adult advisors. Posts meet several times a month to strengthen members’ organizational and leadership skills, offering opportunities for service, social interaction, team-building, and career guidance.
Explorer Posts near you:
Post 264 Anchorage Fire Department
Post 421 Butte Volunteer Fire Department
Post 426 Soldotna Police Department
Post 435 Seldovia Fire Department
Post 431 Palmer Fire & Rescue
Post 434 Society of Petroleum Engineers
Post 445 Alaska Military Youth Academy
Post 465 Central Mat-Su Fire Department