Committees are a great way to get involved! During the selection process each Fall, informed by NTA Bylaw & Policy, Central Executive reviews individual expressions of interest (in which the Member outlines why they want to be involved, and why they’re suited for the role) and strives to ensure committee composition is representative of the Membership. Committee work is inclusive and collaborative. It is a powerful means of member engagement that reflects and celebrates all communities and identities, as colleagues work together on shared priorities.
You are encouraged to get involved in the NTA; if you are interested in serving on one of the above committees after you arrive, please contact the Association’s Central Office in Iqaluit at (867) 979-0750, or through e-mail at JFanjoy@ntanu.ca. There is a great deal of information about the Association in our NTA Bylaw and Policy Book, published annually.
New members often have questions or concerns regarding their salary and benefits, rights and responsibilities, employer protocols and procedures, or other work related matters. For assistance with issues such as these, please see the New NTA Member FAQ Document below.