Become a Volunteer Instructor
Do you enjoy mentoring children and others in firearms safety? If so, the HIT Program is looking for interested men, women, and apprentices (ages 14–17) to become Volunteer Instructors. Instructors teach Hunter Education, Bowhunter Education, and Muzzleloader Education certification courses across the state. It is a volunteer position that provides many rewards. HIT volunteer instructors assist in developing safe Alaskan hunters, improving hunter ethics and responsibility, and passing on a valuable tradition to thousands of new outdoor enthusiasts.
See the document below for details and application materials to become a HIT Program Volunteer Instructor or contact the HIT Administrative Office at (907) 267-2187.
- HIT Program Volunteer Instructor Application (PDF 235 kB)
New Volunteer Instructor Training Courses
Hunter Education Instructor Training:
October 20 & 21, Friday from 6pm–9pm & Saturday from 9am–5pm
October 20 & 21, Friday from 6pm–9pm & Saturday from 9am–6pm
Bowhunter Education Instructor Training:
October 13 & 14, Friday from 6pm–9pm & Saturday from 9am–5pm
November 17 & 18, Friday from 6pm–9pm & Saturday from 9am–6pm
Muzzleloader Education Instructor Training:
October 13 & 14, Friday from 6pm–9pm & Saturday from 9am–6pm
Submit your application information and contact your area’s HIT staff to sign up for these trainings. Southcentral: Kirk Lingofelt 267-2373. Northern: Bob Hunter 459-7375. Southeast: Jeff Jemison 586-4101.
Active Volunteer Instructors
Current instructors: Please check this section for all the new information and news that you may need in order to stay current with changes within the HIT Program.
Click here to log in to the instructor page with all the forms needed for teaching.