Craig Tribal Association

1330 Craig-Klawock Highway

P.O. Box 828

Craig, Alaska 99921

Our Current News

If you're not a Craig Tribal Association Tribal Member...

But you're a Craig Community member, Alaskan Native or American Indian and interested in our Craig Tribal Association Tribal Membership, stop by our office for an application or call our office at (907) 826-3996 at any time! You can also check out our "Tribal Membership" tab at the top of the page for even further detail. 

If you're a Craig Tribal Association Tribal Member...

  •       You are eligible to receive a free smoke detector from our Emergency Planner, Bob Claus. Call our main office at (907) 826-3996 for more information! Or click on the link below!

Other News

The National Park Service and NCA Academy is offering

12-Week Expense Paid Internships for Summer 2017!

"SCA’s NPS Academy: Alaska is an innovative, experiential learning program designed to introduce undergraduate and graduate students, ages 18-35, from under-represented communities to career opportunities with the National Park Service."

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Expense-Paid Training and Internship provided by the Student Conservation Association!

"Created in 2010 in cooperation with the US Forest Service, expanded into an AmeriCorps program in 2012, and supported by generous partners including C&S Wholesale Grocers, the Veterans Fire Corps trains and engages teams of military veterans in wild land fire mitigation. Projects include fuels reduction, fire effects monitoring, educational outreach, pre-fire preparation of burn units, and participation in prescribed fires. SCA’s Veterans Fire Corps members work together for 13 weeks, organized in teams of five Corps Members and one Project Leader. The leader is most often a graduate of a prior Veterans Fire Corps program who has proven to be a capable firefighter, manager, and logistician."

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​Western States Boilermakers Apprenticeship Program!

Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply

"The Boilermakers trade includes the fabrication, installation, modification and repair of boilers, hydro dams, tanks, pressure vessels, furnaces and associated equipment such as stacks, platforms in power plants, petroleum refinement, chemical plants, paper mills, steel mills and food and beverage plants. The skills required of a construction boilermaker consists of reading blueprints, rigging of heavy loads, burning, welding, layout, fit up, fabrication of metal parts and often working in high places in excesses of 100 feet."

Boilermakers Local #502

(For the area of Alaska & Western Washington)

16621 110th Avenue East

Puyallup, Washington 98374


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or please feel free to click on the link below.