Being a member of the Craig Tribal Association brings many benefits:
Current Tribal Members
To ensure you stay up-to-date with the latest tribal news, please make sure your contact information is updated.
Please click on the link above to find the Tribal Enrollment Update Form. You can submit it via mail, fax, email or in person during open office hours.
The Craig Tribal Association also provides our Tribal Members with special seasonal benefits:
Each Fall Season, the Tribe hosts its Annual Tribal Membership Meeting. Here you can gain a lot of great information regarding tribal membership and be provided with many updates as to what has been achieved within the Tribe over the last year of operation. As an added bonus, the Tribe gives out a few special door prizes as names are drawn just for participation and attendance to the meeting!
Shortly after the Annual Membership Meeting, in the same month of November, the Tribe hands out Thanksgiving Turkeysto Tribal Member families. Each Tribal Member family residing in Prince of Wales at the time of the turkey distribution is eligible to receive one. Limit is one (1) per household.
In December the Tribe hands out Holiday Hamsto Tribal Member families. The same rules apply here as they did with the turkey distribution. Each Tribal Member Family residing in Prince of Wales at the time of the ham distribution is eligible to receive one. Limit is one (1) per household.
Our Tribal Council and Staff demonstrate appreciation for our Tribal Elders through a home-cooked Monthly Elder Luncheon. This special time of the month, our elders can expect the best traditionally prepared meals, served along side coffee,water, juice, and Hudson Bay tea, or better known as "Swamp Tea," and a delicious and decadent homemade dessert.
Through our Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO), Tribal Members will receive hiring preference for employment.
*The Tribe currently employs twenty-three (23) individuals and is constantly expanding its current and future operations.
The Craig Tribal Association offers Hardship Donations to tribal member families in times of loss. Whether it be through a monetary donation, a donation for the use of the Tribal Hall for memorial or funeral services, or mileage tickets to get somewhere in the event of a family emergency.
The Tribe can also authorize a round trip on the IFA for a truck to go to Ketchikan to pick up the loved one and bring them home from the funeral home for the services.
If you have questions regarding a Hardship donation, please contact our Tribal Administrator, Anna Guthrie, at (907) 826-3996
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Tribal Members also have the opportunity for various recycling. Through our EPA Department you are able to recycle any paper, plastics, aluminum, small batteries, and even recycle larger electronics, which is held annually.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call our office at (907) 826-3996.
How do I become a Craig Tribal Member?
Fill out our Tribal Membership Application by clicking on the link below.
*Please keep in mind that you have to meet all of our Enrollment Criteria in order to qualify for membership
You may also stop by our offices during business hours, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., to pick up an application
Or, you may give us a call at (907) 826-3996 and request one be emailed or faxed straight to you!
Please click the link below for a more detailed description on our Tribal benefits
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Free Tribal ID Cards
As a member of the Craig Tribal Association, you get the opportunity to obtain a FREE Tribal Identification Card. Not only this, but you get your choice between a Raven background or an Eagle Background!
*These cards are good for any establishment that accepts Federally Recognized Tribal Cards.
If you're interested in receiving a tribal card, please contact our Administrative Secretary, Brian Holter at (907) 826-3996.
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Through the Tribal Environmental Department, Tribal Members are updated monthly on the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) levels in our shellfish through the Harmful Algal Blooms Program.
For more in depth information, please visit the "EPA IGAP" tab at the top of our website.
As a member of the Craig Tribal Association, you may be eligible to receive our scholarships for continuing your education at a college, university, or vocational-technical school. If eligible, the Craig Tribe pays up to:
$1,000 per quarter-basis for Full-Time (12 credits)
$1,500 per semester-basis for Full-Time (12 credits)
$250 per credit-basis for Summer Enrollment or Part-Time
For more information, please visit the "Scholarships" tab at the top of our website
*If you are unable to come to our office in person for your tribal ID card, you may complete the Tribal ID Affidavit, have it notarized, and mail it to us.
Through the Tribal Transportation Department, Tribal Members may be eligible for a car seatto keep their families and loved ones safe and secure, at absolutely no cost to you!
For more information, please visit the "Transportation" tab at the top of our website or contact our Transportation Technician, Katrina Grasser at (907) 826-3998 or via email at