Seeds of Change hires young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 to work with us part time. We tend to look for people without much job experience who want to learn how to get and keep a job, and learn a little extra about how to be an adult. Even though we are a program of ACMHS, employees do not need to be clients or meet any special qualifications. Seeds of Change is not a treatment program or a traditional employer; we are a community of people who support each other and share knowledge to help each other succeed.
Extra Benefits for Seeds Employees
Youth receive on-the-job training, but also auxiliary training in other important areas, including: housing, higher education, future planning, money management, and much more!
LONG TERM SUPPORT
Youth are encouraged to keep coming to Seeds of Change after their employment ends, to continue receiving support or to share their experiences and mentor others in the program.
Program staff are knowledgeable about local resources and can assist youth in getting connected with financial, educational, employment, parenting, and housing supports, among others.
Youth have the option to enroll in ACMHS services, through which they can receive formal case management, skill development, and clinical therapy outside of working hours.
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It’s official! Our crops have become food for the very first time. Seeds of Change made its first ever sale last week, to Kyla Byers of Arctic Harvest Deliveries. Arctic Harvest is a Consumer Supported Agriculture (CSA) system, delivering boxes of...
Seeds of Change invited some friends from the media over a few weeks ago, and they thought we were pretty neat. Check out this story on our public radio station KSKA. http://www.alaskapublic.org/2017/01/13/greenhouse-grows-inspired-young-people/ Stay up to date on our...
It has been a long time coming! We officially moved into our greenhouse just in time for the holidays, planting the first seeds at the beginning of December. We are now well on our way to our first crop, with sprouts in the towers and lights on. Look for our produce...
We're growing opportunities and fresh produce at Alaska Seeds of Change. Keep checking back to see what sprouts up.