Join Kroka’s international group of guides and educators as a full-season expedition leader. Kroka’s wilderness leaders envision, design and execute programs that have consistent life-changing impacts on children and youth. Our staff live and work in community and practice what they teach. They are visionaries, risk-takers, and role models. They are committed to mastery of their skills and to awakening consciousness and altruistic will in young people.
Previous wilderness expedition experience in remote environments, or an excitement to learn!
Adventure sports expertise in one of Kroka’s adventure sports such as whitewater paddling, rock climbing, caving, mountaineering, back-country skiing, mountain biking, surfing, or another adventure sport with similar set of skills.
Professional certifications and education College degree and/or equivalent life experience, and Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Certification.
Love of teaching and mentoring children and youth: you enjoy working with a wide range of ages, with documented and referenced previous teaching experience.
Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion: demonstrated cultural competence and ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
Commitment to ecologically conscious living and simplified personal needs. Experience living and working in community.
Personal artistic skills: strong singing voice, handwork skills, visual and/or performing arts experience.
Drivers License: with clean record and experience driving vans and small cargo or canoe trailers.
International/cultural diversity: experience living, working, and traveling in other countries and cultures.
Waldorf Training: experience and/or training for working with Waldorf schools and schoolchildren
Additional Certifications: AMGA SPI, ACA Swiftwater Rescue, Wilderness EMT, etc.
About KROKA EXPEDITIONS
Kroka Expeditions is a non-profit wilderness expedition school based on a year-round, organic farm in Marlow, New Hampshire. We believe that consciousness and altruism can be brought forward through a living relationship with the natural world, and by taking our places within the circle of community.