Ketchikan Seasonal Jobs
Known as the Salmon Capitol of the World, Ketchikan is the southernmost city in Alaska. The Misty Fjords National Monument, less than thirty miles away, is where you’ll find alpine lakes, waterfalls and a variety of Alaskan wildlife. Explore the park in a kayak with the mountains looming overhead, or via floatplane for a birds-eye view. Either way, you’re in for an expedition you’ll never forget.
The downtown section of Ketchikan is a truly unique place that’s rich with Alaskan history and culture. The buildings were built into the hills and have been expertly preserved to keep their original glory. Take a stroll down the boardwalk and investigate one of the cities many totem poles.
Ketchikan is the first port of call for many cruise lines entering Alaska. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone with a love for fishing, as Ketchikan is known as the Salmon Capital of the World. The city is also full of rich Alaska history and local culture. Welcome guests to our great state and guide them through the streets of Alaska’s “First City.”