Occurring the second week of every Autumn term, this fair connects current students seeking work study, non work study, part-time, and volunteer positions with employers location on campus and in Missoula!
Date: September 10, 2020
Location: University Center Ballroom
Every autumn, we help connect Missoula College students in health professions fields with potential employers. Some of the fields represented are Radiologic Technology, Nursing, Medical Assisting, Surgical Technology, Respiratory Care, and Medical Information Technology.
Students at the Missoula College West Campus network with employers about internships and summer, part-time, and full-time employment. Missoula College programs represented at the fair include diesel technology, heavy equipment operation, precision machine technology, sustainable construction technology and welding are encouraged to attend.
Held every spring semester, this is an excellent opportunity for teacher candidates to network with Montana and Out-of-state School Districts to find full-time employment opportunities. Teacher candidates are invited to attend a strategy workshop and school district information sessions before the career fair.
This all-majors fair takes place every spring and is an excellent opportunity for students to connect with recruiters about employment opportunities such as full-time, part-time, volunteer, summer job, and internship positions. This is our biggest fair of the year! Current UM students and alumni are welcome to attend.
ELCS, in partnership with Volunteers in Action, plans one-time service projects on Saturdays at different nonprofits in Missoula several times a month during the school year. Past Service Saturdays include socializing cats at Animeals, serving food at the Poverello Center, harvesting vegetables with Garden City Harvest, raking leaves for the elderly through Missoula Aging Services, and much more!
The Alternative Breaks program places teams of college students in community service and experiential learning positions during their summer, fall, winter or spring breaks. Students perform short term projects for community agencies and learn about issues such as literacy, poverty, racism, hunger, homelessness and the environment. UM coordinates Alternative Breaks during Spring and Summer Breaks. Alternative Break trips has an optional attached service learning independent study credit.