Tulalip Tribal Employment Rights Office Family Day

    On Friday November 4th the Tulalip Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) held a “Family Day” at its vocational training center. Children, parents, and uncles and aunties gathered together at the training center to paint the bookshelves this years students have built as their first construction project. The school year started in September. Families … Continue reading “Tulalip Tribal Employment Rights Office Family Day”

Tulalip TERO takes home top honors

  By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  The Council for Tribal Employment Rights held their 2016 National TERO Convention in Bellingham, Washington from August 1-3. The three day convention was highlighted with an awards banquet that gave special recognition to TERO programs, commissions, and directors for excelling at what they do and being leaders to their … Continue reading “Tulalip TERO takes home top honors”

Training for a better tomorrow

  By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News On Monday, May 16, twenty-one Native students were honored with a graduation banquet at the Hibulb Cultural Center for their commitment to training for a better tomorrow. The 21 students, 10 of whom are Tulalip, were the latest cohort to complete an intensive three-month pre-apprenticeship construction trades program offered … Continue reading “Training for a better tomorrow”

Tiny house builders celebrate graduation

    by Mara Hill, Tulalip News As summer approaches, students everywhere are graduating from school, or moving up a grade. On June 15, thirteen students from the Tulalip Tribes’ Construction Training Program graduated a 10-week course. A graduation ceremony was held at the Hibulb Cultural Center to mark the event.  The Tulalip Tribal Employment … Continue reading “Tiny house builders celebrate graduation”

TERO Vocational Training Center winter graduation

  By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News Sixteen students celebrated their graduation from an intensive three month pre-apprenticeship construction trades program on Monday, December 8, at the Tulalip Tribes administration building. The program, which is managed by the Tulalip TERO department, is the first state recognized Native American pre-apprenticeship program in the United States. The program … Continue reading “TERO Vocational Training Center winter graduation”