Volunteer's are extremely important in reaching the goals set forth by TNRG. All of TNRG's volunteers are committed and passionate towards the improvement and advancement of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians Tribe.
TNRG utilizes volunteers in many ways. The Research Review Board is solely based on highly qualified volunteers. The Research Review Board spends many of their own hours reviewing research proposals for the protection of the tribe. Without the time and effort put forth by these individuals, our tribe could place itself in a vulnerable state.
TNRG assembles and organizes multiple coalitions to achieve a common goal. These individuals are experts in the area of expertise or they simply have a concern that drives their need to help. If you are interested in becoming a part of one of our coalitions, call our offices today!
TNRG reaches out to various enrolled community members to join their Associate Members. These members lend their expertise when needed and help improve the quality of life for all tribal members. An associate member can contribute independently or collaboratively.