Author: AlaskaSealifeCenter

What should you do with the murres?

What should you do with the murres?

If you see dead murres along the shoreline, the best thing you can do is leave them there. Monitoring networks are doing daily counts along all of the local beaches for programs such as COASST. You may see murre bodies marked – perhaps by yarn, plastic tags, or spray paint. This […]

ASLC Family Science Night – “Eyes on Eiders”

The Alaska SeaLife Center’s next Family Science Night will be held Friday, November 20, from 6:00-7:00 PM! This event is free for Seward families and residents. Come learn more about the magnificent Steller’s eider and how the Alaska SeaLife Center is working to boost this population in the wild. Family Sciences Nights […]

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

  This position is responsible for ensuring good order, proper conduct, and safe conditions at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Requirements: High school diploma or GED.  Satisfactory completion of two or more courses dealing with security officer training from the military or a recognized institution preferred.  Completion of one or more […]

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

The Alaska SeaLife Center, which generates and shares scientific knowledge to promote understanding and stewardship of Alaska’s marine ecosystems, is seeking applications for the following: Communications Specialist II or III This position is responsible for developing and implementing external communications at the Alaska SeaLife Center to assist in strengthening the Centers identity and […]

17th Annual 5K Wildlife Rescue Run to be held August 1

17th Annual 5K Wildlife Rescue Run to be held August 1

  The Alaska SeaLife Center is hosting its 17th Annual 5K Wildlife Rescue Run/Walk on Saturday, August 1. This fundraiser supports the rescue and rehabilitation mission of the Center’s Wildlife Response Program. The race route follows a generally flat course along the scenic Seward waterfront.  Pre-register at www.alaskasealife.org  Race Day […]

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

Sales and Cafe Agent This position is responsible for Front of House Reservations and Ticketing functions, Customer Service and Sales of all admission, tours, encounters, as well as visitor information capture and completion of the annual Visitor Survey. Café functions include taking and fulfilling orders in a timely, accurate and […]

Job Opening at the Alaska SeaLife Center

The Alaska SeaLife Center, which generates and shares scientific knowledge to promote understanding and stewardship of Alaska’s marine ecosystems, is seeking applications for the following: Finance/Grants Analyst I/II/III This position is responsible for providing administrative and analytical support for grant and other external funds awarded to the Alaska SeaLife Center […]

Alaska SeaLife Center Seeking Towel Donations

Alaska SeaLife Center Seeking Towel Donations

Spring cleaning? Consider donating your old towels to the Alaska SeaLife Center’s Wildlife Response Program. ASLC is seeking bath towels of any color, but preferably full size with little or no holes. The towels will be used to care for stranded marine mammals, such as harbor seals and sea otters, rescued through the […]