Montana’s Job Services help job seekers find jobs in a variety of ways:
- access to job openings in your area and across the state
- help with resume and interview preparation
- assistance with career exploration
- labor market information
- access to community resources, and more…
Click here to locate the Job Service near you!
This web site has links to help you identify and prepare for your chosen career in the following areas.
Montana Career Information System (MCIS) is a comprehensive Internet program that delivers useful and accurate information to assist users in making their career plans and learning how to achieve their educational and career goals.
Student Assistance Foundation provides Financial Assistance, Higher Education Planning, and Outreach for Students and Parents.
Career Guides for Middle School Students and High School Students
Practice Tests for ACT, SAT, and GED
Tools to Locate Training Programs
Pocket Resume Tool
This web site has links in the following areas to help you help your students identify and prepare for their chosen careers.
Learn more about Optional Components: IDEAS Assessment, **Dependable Strengths, Academic and Civil Service Practice Tests, and how to get access to them for your agency.
Access 500 practical learning activities. These materials are available for your use at NO CHARGE; feel free to edit and photocopy them to best meet your needs.
Use Career Clusters to link what students learn in school with the knowledge and skills they need for success in college and careers.
**Dependable Strengths teaches students how to analyze experiences they are proud of for clues about their unique abilities, share their good experiences, use teacher and peer input to develop their strengths, use their expanded self-identities as the springboard for new successes, and develop respect for diversity.
This web site has links in the following areas to help you help your child identify and prepare for his or her chosen career.
- My Child’s Future – The goal of this site is to help you learn about career and educational planning and the positive roles you can play in supporting your children.
- America’s Career Resource Network – Find out how to help your child from the earliest stages of life through graduation from high school and beyond.
- The Student Assistance Foundation provides Financial Assistance, Higher Education Planning, and Outreach for Students and Parents.
The National Parent Teacher Association is your gateway to navigating the ever-expanding world of information on career planning and getting your child or student on the path to an exciting and rewarding career. We’re proud to have the United States Department of Labor (DOL) at our side in this effort. We encourage you to explore the valuable resources for employment, training, and career information available through the publicly funded Workforce Investment System. That system includes a “one stop approach” to service delivery—making sure you can find in one place the information you need on all the services in your area—as well as the active participation by the private sector and better services for youth. Whether your child or student’s goal is to attend college or go immediately into the workforce, PTA Goes to Work can help you make sense of the often overwhelming amount of information that is available regarding career planning and job training.