Imagine yourself in Alaska

Want to make a difference in the most beautiful place on earth? Come work for SERRC! We have offices in Juneau and Anchorage and itinerant positions that can take you to every corner of the state.

how to Apply

There are three ways you can apply to SERRC. Depending on your preference, pick one of the following:

Option 1) Fill out your application on Alaska Teacher Placement using the Apply Now link in the job description below. This saves your application in the ATP pool. Note that your desired job categories may be visible to other HR managers in schools around Alaska.

Option 2) Fill out this Google Doc version of the SERRC application and follow the instructions in it for emailing your application and materials to When you click the link, you'll be prompted to make a copy of the application in your own Google account. This will require you have a Google account.

Option 3) Fill out this fillable PDF version of the SERRC application and follow the instructions in it for emailing your application and materials to Make sure to download and edit it using Adobe Reader, Apple Preview, or another PDF viewing program (not your web browser). This PDF allows you to fill it out offline.

Make sure to read the submission instructions in the application itself, otherwise we may not properly receive your materials.


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Learn about life in Alaska

Most American educators drive to work or maybe take a bus to their schools. But, here in Alaska, things are different. SERRC staff travel the state by air (jet, float, and prop planes), boat, snow machine, and – if need be – by dog sled to provide the children of Alaska with the best possible programs and services.



Alaska is home to many different ethnic groups, including Alaska Natives. With more than eleven distinct cultures and 20 different languages, there is no one Alaska Native Culture. Alaska Natives make up about 15% of the state’s total population. Along with Alaska’s first people, America’s far north is also comprised of other ethnic groups – all of which have their own language and culture. In Alaska, almost each community hosts a unique combination of not only ethnic groups – but cultures and sub-cultures. From fishermen (and women) and loggers, to people who work in tourism and the oil industry, to large groups that live a subsistence lifestyle – Alaska is truly a world unto itself.

Working as a special education itinerant

SERRC’s Itinerant Special Education Related Service providers deliver services to school districts located in rural and rural-remote Alaska. While Alaska’s three major cities may be indecipherable from small urban clusters in other states, “bush” Alaska is unlike any town or village in the lower 48. In fact, many residents live a subsistence or semi-subsistence lifestyle. Due to the lack of roads, travel in and out of “bush” Alaska is limited to air travel in small planes. All SERRC itinerants are expected to perform evaluations for special education eligibility as well as assisting with the implementation of services.

Frequently asked questions about special education careers with SERRC

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