Carbon County Connect Coordinator Contact Information 

connect@rlacf.org

(406) 446-2820

All businesses and services listed are independently owned and operated. The Red Lodge Area Community Foundation does not endorse or guarantee any services provided and cannot be held liable for any claims/damages that may arise from services rendered or from agreements between the client and professional.

JOB TRAINING

EXPERIENCE WORKS

WHO

  • Persons over 55 years-old who are at or below 125% of poverty level.

COST

  • None

WHAT

  • Experience Works offers employment training services to low-income older workers.

  • Experience Works partners with local not-for-profit agencies to serve as training sites for participants.

  • Experience Works collaborates with local and public employers to create permanent employment opportunities for older workers who want to re-enter the workforce.

WHERE

  • PO Box 80184, Billings, MT 59108

  • 406-794-2161

  • 866-900-7832

  • Website

JOB BOARDS

RLACF JOBS

WHO

  • Anyone

COST

  • None

WHAT

  • Free listing for employers to connect to employees and for employees to find the career of a lifetime.

WHERE

  • 122 S Hauser Ave, Red Lodge, MT 59608

  • 406-446-2820

  • Website

COMMONLY USED ONLINE PLATFORMS

NEARBY SERVICES

HRDC

WHO

  • Varies with program. Must be economically disadvantaged according to federal/state guidelines. 

 

WHAT

  • Alternative education

  • LIEAP

  • Weatherization

  • WoRC (Work Readiness Component)

  • Assets for Independence

  • Harmony House Transitional Living Program 

  • Family Economic Security Savings Program

  • Scholarship Program

WHERE

  • 7 N 31st St., Billings, MT 59103

  • 406-247-4732

  • Website

  • Email

RURAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

WHO

  • Individuals with incomes at or below 200% of the poverty level. Agricultural worker program requires applicant to have done a substantial amount of seasonal farm, ranch or other agricultural work within the past two years. 

COST

  • None

WHAT

  • Agricultural Workers Program: Program offers opportunities for workers or qualifying family members to improve earning ability in agriculture or to find work outside of agriculture. Participants may choose to attend a vocational, technical or trade school for short-term job training or to enter a work-related college program. 

  • Access Opportunities: One track is work experience with wage subsidies; REO places the participant into on the job training and pays 100% of training wages. The other track is a short term training program; REO helps pay for short-term training that will lead to employment upon completion. 

WHERE

  • 2121 Rosebud Drive, Stop B Billings, MT 59102

  • 1-800-546-1140

     

  • Website

EMPLOYMENT