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Searching for work? Check out some of the job search resources in Gallatin County:

Bozeman Job Service

Gallatin County job openings, training, and job search tips and resources through the local branch of the Montana Department of Labor and Industry Workforce Services Division.

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday 8 am- 5 pm; Tuesdays 9 am – 5 pm

121 North Willson, Bozeman

(406) 582-9200



Career Transitions

Offering a variety of assessment tools to explore skills, interests and match to job goals, training and career paths, including:

• Career assessments/counseling

• Job readiness/computer literacy

• Computer & office skills training

• Non-traditional occupations/entrepreneurship

• Job seeker services

• Employer services

• Community learning center

20900 E. Frontage Rd., Belgrade

(406) 388-6701


Montana Vocational Rehabilitation

Assists individuals with disabilities to obtain necessary training/testing to maintain employment or get into the workforce (job coaching, placement services, etc.).

220 West Lamme St., Suite 1E, Bozeman

587-0601 or Toll Free: 1-877-296-1759


Experience Works

Employment and training programs in various counties in the state of Montana. Their Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)

places seniors part-time in agencies where they can receive on-the-job training while they are paid minimum wage. Participants acquire the skills they need to gain unsubsidized employment off the program.

1-800-450-5627 (Toll Free)

Billings: (406) 655-6070

Kalispell: (406) 257-1968

Missoula: (406) 543-2300

Great Falls: (406) 761-4821

Helena: (406) 447-3211


Youth Development, HRDC

By offering a variety of youth centered services and activities, Youth Development helps to build confidence and an encouraging support base. With these tools youth can become self sufficient, improve their current living situation, and increase personal capacity. Services include:

• Career exploration

• Academic of GED completion

• Basic employment skills training (BEST)

• Employment placement opportunities

• Interview techniques

• Computer skills

• Work experience programs

• Goal setting

• Personal finances and budgeting

• Guidance and advocacy

• A support base

Eligible youth are between the ages of 14 and 21, and need assistance with any of the following issues: No GED or high school diploma, homelessness, problems with alcohol or drugs, foster care, pregnant or parenting, legal, lacking employment or academic skills.

32 South Tracy, Bozeman

Phone: (406) 587-4486