Seldovia Village Tribe is in partnership with Ageya Wilderness Education to deliver Litnaugwiq Camp, which is a student enrichment program that focuses on a cultural approach to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). “Litnaugwiq” means “The Learning Place” in the Sugtestun language. The Litnaugwiq Project provides a 24-day experiential C-STEM camp program for Alaska Native students entering ninth grade. Litnaugwiq camp focuses on culture, native language, science, math and leadership to help prepare students for their transition into high school. During camp, students learn about natural history, gain an understanding of the role of math and science in their everyday lives, examine the unique marine environment of Kachemak Bay, and actively work to build their wilderness skills. Students also gain exposure to careers in STEM fields by working with elders, researchers, and naturalists. Litnaugwiq camp offers two, 24-day long camps during the summer for 32 students in each camp.