The Voice of the People

Montana de jure Assembly

Getting Involved

Thank you for your interest in getting involved with the Montana de jure Assembly! 

If you just want to submit a project, and then go work on the project, you do not need to apply for Membership.

MEMBER OF THE GREATER ASSEMBLY

Every person who is a Montana resident for over 6 months, is considered a member of our Greater Assembly and does not need to fill out any paperwork.  You are welcome to attend and participate at all of our Public Meetings, have your voice heard, contribute ideas and bring forward issues or needs from the area in which you live, or where you have a concern.

Montana de jure Assembly is an association with a voting membership.  Residents of Montana who are aligned with the mission and goals of the Assembly, attend meetings regularly and would like to vote on the issues brought forward, should join the Assembly as a Voting Member. 

 

To vote, Members need to be a Member in Good Standing, which is to stay informed by attending at least two meetings per month.

VOTING MEMBER

VOLUNTEER

A Member who has agreed to volunteer in a working capacity for the Assembly.  Volunteer assignments are for 90-180 days and allow the Member to become eligible for a Committee Seat.

ASSEMBLY MEMBER - COMMITTEE

Assembly Member positions are working positions within the Assembly.  Individuals interested in joining a Committee to work on specific tasks and objectives should request a Volunteer Position for 90-180 days.  After successful completion of the Volunteer opportunity, the individual is eligible for an appointment to a Committee seat.  The Council reviews opportunities in the Committees and, by Council vote, can appoint individuals to a Committee seat.  

ASSEMBLY MEMBER - COUNCIL 

Council Member (Board of Director) positions are working positions within the Assembly.  Individuals interested in joining the Council to work on specific tasks and objectives should request a Volunteer Position for 90-180 days, complete one term (2 years) in a Committee, and then become eligible for a nomination to the Council.  Nine Council Members are voted on to the Council by the Members in Good Standing.  All Assembly positions have a two term limit, after which a Council or Committee member may choose to go start a new project or a new Assembly in their local county or city.  There are lots of opportunities to lead and grow revitalization efforts in Montana!

Would you like to get involved? 

Contact Us!

 

If you are interested in membership, or getting involved with the

Montana de jure Assembly, please send us a message

through our website,

or send us an email with your interest! 

 

Email:   MTAContactUs@montanadejureassembly.org