The Montana Career Guide walks users through the entire career planning process from exploring your interests to interviewing for a job. Includes a section on soft skills and job hunting tips for special populations.
PEP Talk was designed to help people with limited time develop a personal employment plan as quickly as possible.
PEP Talk Supplemental Materials
PEP Talk SKILLS Cards
A handy resource to help organize your career information. Take it with you when you collect job applications or go to interviews.
A printable one-page guide to successful job interviewing.
Take inventory of your "Soft Skills," the non-technical skills all workers must have to remain employable. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
Job-hunting advice for job-seekers with disabilities. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
Job-hunting advice for job-seekers with criminal records. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
Job-Hunting Tips for Montana Seniors. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
The official State of Montana jobs board. The official State of Montana jobs board. The most comprehensive source for employment opportunities in the state. You can create a profile, save job listings, and post resumes.
Go to MontanaWorks.gov
Job Service Montana connects job seekers to jobs that match their skills, abilities. and experience. There are 20 Job Service locations throughout Montana.
Find your local Job Service location
This video explains the SMART method of career planning through setting realistic and well-defined goals.
Phone: (406) 444-4100
Fax: (406) 444-2638
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