Join the Kroka staff community!

Who we are

The Kroka staff community is a diverse group of people from all ages and backgrounds who share a commitment to living simply and purposefully, while working together to share skills, knowledge, and values in a transformative way through high-quality outdoor education programs.

Kroka Expeditions is an equal opportunity employer. Decisions relating to hiring, compensation, conditions or privileges of employment and termination are made in accordance with applicable local, state and federal laws. These decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin or ancestry, age, or disability.

Roles we are currently seeking to fill:

WILDERNESS EDUCATORS (2024 season):  We welcome the best outdoor educators from around the world to join our incredibly talented and hard-working team. Kroka’s wilderness leaders envision, design and execute programs that have consistent life-changing impacts on children and youth. Full-season educators work April through October, while summer educators work June through August. LEARN MORE

FOOD APPRENTICE / ASSISTANT (summer 2024):  Kroka is seeking a Food Apprentice or Food Assistant from May / June through August 2024 to provide essential kitchen support, preparing food for our summer staff and student community and for wilderness travel. The Food Apprentice/Assistant will work alongside our fabulous Food Manager. LEARN MORE

CAMP NURSE (summer 2024):  Kroka Expeditions seeks a camp nurse or medical officer to help care for the medical needs of our community during the busy summer season: mid-June through August 19th. LEARN MORE


I am so grateful for all I learned at Kroka. I could have not asked for a better foundation of knowledge for technical skill combined with honest, real communication with students. Kroka is a really special place.

Seth FinemanWilderness Educator & Semester Leader

Being a part of Kroka has been both nourishing and empowering. Not only has it pushed my edges for growth as an outdoor educator, it has rekindled a sense of belonging and purpose. I care about this work for the community it builds, the responsibility it requires, and the impact it is capable of leaving on the heart of every participant.

Natasha HaugenWilderness Educator

Every day at Kroka brought something fresh, a new challenge, a different work environment, even sometimes a new face. It taught me many things, technical skills, leadership skills, adaptability, but most of all about my attitude and energy. It helped me to understand that the attitude and energy you bring to life will be brought back to you.

Nate LucasWilderness Educator