The ENRO Club is an NMC-recognized student group that gather themselves together to develop scholarly interactions and camaraderie, establish career contacts, learn organizational skills, conduct meetings and seminars, gain leadership and team building skills.
ENRO Club provides learning opportunities by exercising managerial and leadership skills through being officers and members of the club. The students generated value-added knowledge in their curricular and extracurricular activities, including volunteer efforts.
The ENRO Club was founded in 2010 by Dr. Alfredo B. De Torres based on his experience in volunteerism and outreach community works at the University of the Philippines where he served as a faculty member.
On March 2013, ENRO Club was a recipient of the “Group Volunteer National Earth Team Award” with a “Trophy and Plaque” handed out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Office outperforming other environmental organizations throughout the nation in winning the award. The ENRO Club was also awarded various recognitions and certificates of appreciation from their outreach community engagements in the CNMI government and non-government organizations (NGOs).
The NRM major students, as well as the other NMC students are encouraged to join the ENRO Club for exceptional voluntary activities
- Be passionate for the environment.
- Be able to volunteer for events for 5 hours in a month.
- Be an NMC Student.
- Learn more about Natural Resource Management.
- Get to volunteer for NRM Events: GREEN GALA, Beach Clean-Ups, and more!
- Get opportunities like Stipend/Paid-Volunteer Opportunities with NSF, Project HOPE, and more career-based opportunities.