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Fairbanks CASA Program

The Fairbanks office is dedicated to serving the families residing within Alaska’s interior.

Program Coordinator

The Fairbanks CASA program is managed by Kaelan Kiernan. Learn more about Kaelan's background and experience here. 

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Who We Serve

In 2021, the Fairbanks CASA program served 66 children/youth, from infants to youth older than 18 years. The gender of children/youth served was split evenly between males and females, and 45% were Alaska Native/Native American. 

Our Volunteers

Fairbanks CASA volunteers stay on average 60 months with the program, compared with a statewide volunteer average of 65.5 months.

Fairbanks CASA program volunteers are assigned an average of 2.5 children/youth at a time, and the average length of a case assignment is 27 months.

In 2021, there were 23 active Anchorage CASA volunteers.

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Training and Continuing Education

Fairbanks CASA Pre-Service Training
If not listed in our events calendar, please contact the Fairbanks CASA office for event details on our next pre-service training.
 

Continuing Education and Community Engagement
Contact the Fairbanks CASA office for details on continuing education and community engagement opportunities.