Dear Tribal Employment Rights Office,

I am writing to ask you to become a 2017 Council for Tribal Employment Rights Member. Your active membership means a great deal to us as we work to further Tribal Employment Rights, Indian Preference in hiring, and healthy economic development in and around reservations. As the only organization working for native employment rights on a national level, CTER is able advocate for each and every tribe and native organization and Native American and Alaskan Native in this country. The stronger our membership, the stronger the voice of CTER in fighting for your rights.

2017 will be an exciting and challenging year for Tribes as we navigate uncharted waters with a new administration in Washington D.C., and this will make the role of TERO even more important as we use established precedent and relationships with federal agencies like the Department of Labor and EEOC to maintain and strengthen our hard fought sovereignty and tribal employment rights—joining or renewing your CTER membership with help us help you in this ongoing important work.

CTER 2016 Membership formAnd the benefits to updating your membership with CTER go far beyond the cutting edge work we are doing in Washington. With your membership renewal you will receive:

  • An electronic file of the “TERO Country” map of the United States
  • A printed 2017 CTER Directory
  • Quarterly Newsletters from the CTER President
  • 2017 Annual Report at the end of the year

Beginning this year, your membership will also entitle you to significantly reduced National Convention and Legal Update Conference registration fees, access to reduced-cost services such as the Native Construction Careers Initiative Program, technical assistance, and legal advice. Membership also qualifies you to input on conference agendas and the opportunity to be part of our two annual conferences.

Your membership will be good for the entire calendar year of 2017 and payment can be made by check or credit card. Please consider renewing your membership with us today.

Lee Adolph President, CTER