CAMPUS PARTNERS

As an organization on the former Sheldon Jackson College campus, the Sitka Sound Science Center has close ties with other non profits sharing the campus. We meet regularly, work cooperatively, and have a formal Memorandum of Understanding with the other building owners on campus:


Sitka Fine Arts Camp

office@fineartscamp.org

(907) 747.3085

Sitka Fine Arts Camp provides students with the opportunity to develop artistic interests and skills from nationally-recognized instructors in visual arts, music, dance, theater, writing, and Alaska Native Arts. The mission of the Sitka Fine Arts Camp is to build community in Alaska by providing opportunities in arts, culture and recreation in an inclusive, educational and inspirational environment.

http://sitkafineartscamp.org

Youth Advocates

(907) 747.3687

Youth Advocates of Sitka, Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral and mental health services for youth and their families.  A part of the Sitka community since 1975, Youth Advocates provides a continuum of wrap-around services that are essential and not otherwise available to families in Sitka and throughout Alaska. The staff and board of directors at Youth Advocates of Sitka are dedicated to providing the highest quality of services to children and families in the community.

http://sitkayouth.org/index.html

Hames Athletic and Wellness Center

hamescenter@gmail.com

Phone: 907-747-5080

The mission of the Hames Center is to promote and support a community approach to wellness through health promotion, indoor activity access, education programming, and service to Sitka. The Hames Center provides opportunities that expand access to wellness and health through physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental well-being.

http://www.hamescenter.org

Sheldon Jackson Museum

friendsofsjm@gmail.com

(907) 747.8981

If there were a museum for museums, the Sheldon Jackson Museum in Sitka would be part of the collection. It is the oldest museum in Alaska and is located in the first concrete building in the state. Construction began in 1895 and it has been occupied since 1897. The building was placed on the National Historical Register in 1972. The Sheldon Jackson Museum has a unique Alaska Native ethnographic collection.

http://museums.alaska.gov/sheldon_jackson/sjhours.html

Sitka Summer Music Festival

director@sitkamusicfestival.org

(907) 747.6774

Where Words Fail, Music Speaks! The Festival holds three annual chamber music series – the Sitka Summer Music Festival in June in Sitka, and the Autumn and Winter Alaska Airlines Classics in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Sitka.  In collaboration with the National Endowment for the Arts, Festival musicians present touring concerts in more remote and underserved areas of the state in conjunction with the summer and winter series.

http://www.sitkamusicfestival.org