Enroll | Forms | Careers |


The Navigators program helps youth in navigating through adolescence into adulthood. It is a relationship-based prevention and early-intervention program with a holistic and trauma informed approach that serves Native youth ages 13-24. Youth enrolled in the Navigators program are provided group and individual opportunities that intentionally help youth to navigate through adolescence into adulthood.

Participants answer four essential questions:

  1. Who am I?
  2. Where am I?
  3. Where do I want to go?
  4. How do I get there?

Navigators focuses on cultural connectedness, learning and practicing critical life skills, and providing academic support and leadership opportunities in a safe and engaging environment. To make this possible, staff coordinate with partners with Tlingit & Haida’s departments and programs, the school district, and other agencies to connect students and their families with other resources.

Community Served:


Note: Navigators is open to assisting other communities in beginning a prevention/early intervention program in their community.

For eligibility requirements, please review the Navigators section in Tlingit & Haida's Program Profiles booklet. The booklet may be accessed by clicking here.

Application Process:
To become a Navigator, youth must complete and submit a program application that will be reviewed for eligibility.

For more information, please contact Cultural Heritage & Education | Navigators:
Toll Free: 1.800.344.1432 ext. 7752 | Local: 907.463.7752 | Fax: 1.888.871.9679