Carbon County Job Board 

The Carbon County Job Board is a site  providing a place to search or post positions Jobs 5available in the area. The site is hosted by  Job seekers can easily search for jobs by category and contact potential employers through the job board. Employers fill out a form which will stay active for 2 weeks after submission. The Red Lodge Area Community Foundation hosts the site and  updates it consistently to stay up to date with positions as they become available.

Cost: Free

Website: http://www.rlacf.org/jobs/

Billings Job Services

Billings Job Services provides one on one sessions with job seekers to assist them with a job search. Billings Job Services provides testing for CNA credentials, apprenticeship testing for the various trades, and pre-employment screenings for the refinery and railroad work.

Cost: FreeBillings Job service

When they come to Carbon County: The second Thursday of every month

Where: Red Lodge Carnegie Library

Contact: Polly Namen, pnamen@mt.gov, 406-655-6062,

Website: http://wsd.dli.mt.gov/local/billings/

 

Big Sky Economic Development Center & Small Business Development Center

Big Sky Economic Development Center & Small Business Development Center provides one on one advising with business professionals, small business loan application assistance, business idea evaluation workshops, how-to guidance for business plans, and other services.bsedtransparent-logo

Cost: Free

When they come to Carbon County: Upon request

Where: Bridger- Bank of Bridger, Joliet – Beartooth RC&D, Red Lodge – Bank of Red Lodge & First Interstate Bank.

Contact: Dena Johnson, 406-254-6014,

Website: http://www.bigskyeconomicdevelopment.org/

 

Montana Migrant & Seasonal Farmworkers Council

Montana Migrant & Seasonal Farmworkers Council provides preventative health clinic services for people who work in agriculture or who have worked in agriculture for over 2 years. Registration is free.

When meeting with clients they will  find out the  healthcare needs, and provide  resources necessary to take care of those needs. Vouchers are provided to assist clients with co-payment for specific healthcare services. Costs of services are based on income and the number of people per household.

Some of the services they provide assistance with include: immunizations, dental cleanings, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, prenatal/postpartum care, diabetes screenings/management, STD/HIV tests, physicals, women’s wellness exams, and Medicaid/Medicare/private insurance application assistance.

Transportation can be arranged with a medical bus and a dental bus picking people up in Carbon County to go to their appointments. Spanish interpretation is also a service provided.

To qualify you must have worked in the agriculture industry for the majority of the past 2 years or be a retired agriculture worker.

Cost: Based on income, no one is turned away

When they come to Carbon County: Upon request

Where: Varies

Contact: Cindy Gibson, cgibson@mtmigrantcouncil.org , 406-248-3149 or 1-800-813-4492, 3318 3rd Ave. N. Ste 100, Billings, MT 59101.

Website: http://www.mtmigrantcouncil.org/

 

Dress for Success

Dress for success assists low-income disadvantaged women in seeking employment. They offer resume workshops, professional clothing, mock interview sessions, and a job board in their Career Center. To qualify you must be a low-income female, seeking employment, and have a referral. (Referrals are usually given by HRDC or the Office of Public Assistance). After qualifying you must make an appointment, they don’t accept walk-ins. They also have a kids closet with a free outfit and book per child.

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When they come to Carbon County: Client must go to Billings. Appointments needed.

Where they go: N/A

Contact: Julie Wickhorst, 406-256-7304, billings@dressforsuccess.org , 304 N 29th St, Billings, MT 59101

Website: https://www.dressforsuccess.org/