TERO

TERO

Helping You Know Your Employment Rights

Tribal Employment Rights Office

The Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) was established to protect and promote the employment rights and opportunities of both Community members and other Members of Indian Tribes. Funded by both EEOC and tribal funds, TERO works closely with Community and Non-community employers located on the Gila River Indian Community to insure that employment opportunities are continuously made available to Community members and members of other Tribes under Title 12. TERO conducts ongoing monitoring and compliance checks of employers and contractors.

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Our Mission

TERO’s mission is to advocate, enforce, and protect Indian Employment Rights and serve as a resource to the Community by providing quality customer service, training, and technical assistance designed to enhance the employment opportunities of Community Members and other Native Americans within the Gila River Indian Community.

We Serve:

  • 14 - 17 yrs. old - with Parent's consent
  • 18 and older Native Americans

Preference goes to:

  • Gila River enrolled members
  • Other Natives enrolled in Federally Recognized Tribes
  • Spouse of Community Members

More About TERO

REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS

  • TERO Application
  • Tribal ID or CBID (original)
  • Social Security Card (original)
  • Driver's License or State ID
  • Certifications/Diplomas
  • Resume (preferred)

TERO BENEFITS

  • Referrals to employment
  • Assistance with worksite complaints
  • Apprenticeships
  • Workshops/training
  • Career Services (through other Department Programs)
  • Supportive Services

CONSTRUCTION SPECIFIC TRAINING 

  • Flagger Training
  • OSHA 10
  • First Aid/CPR
  • CDL
  • Apprenticeships in the Trades

REFERRAL TO OTHER TRAININGS

  • WIOA
  • GED
  • Dislocated Worked Program (laid off)
  • Life Skills Training
  • Job Club
  • Resume Writing Workshop
  • Career Development
  • Interest Tests

 

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