Public Service Announcement
It is the objective of the Tribal Employment Rights Office to create and maintain a database of skilled and semi-skilled Seneca and other Native American tradespeople, whether you are presently a skilled trade person or currently enrolled in an apprenticeship program, it’s our goal to ensure your employment within the exterior boundaries of the Seneca Nation.
It is important for all skilled and semi-skilled Seneca and other Native American tradespeople to participate in the TERO program. Your participation guarantees that employers hire Seneca and other Native Americans, in accordance with TERO guidelines, which ensures all Natives are given preference and offered an equal opportunity to employment on Seneca and other tribal lands.
If you are a tradesperson, or currently enrolled in an apprenticeship program and wish to be considered for employment on future Seneca Nation construction projects, please fill out the TERO skill bank form (see link below) and return it to the SNI TERO office. The TERO office maintains your application on file for one (1) year from the date it is submitted, therefore if you have not submitted an application in over a year, it is important for you to resubmit an application now.
Any questions regarding this announcement please direct all inquiries to the SNI TERO office. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com
Elijah M. Vogle, TERO Director,
Allegany office 716-945-1790
Skill Bank Form: