Careers, Employers Spotlighted at Blackfeet Community College Career Fair

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Reps from Browning Schools came to the BCC Career Fair with information about temporary employment opportunities at BPS for students to earn money while going to college. Some of the jobs being offered include substitute teaching, coaching, Ee-gah-ki-maht Program, 21st Century tutoring and BNAS consultancy.

Lorissa Hannon of BCC notes, “The Job and Career Fair allowed employers the opportunity to share information and to discuss career opportunities with our students, graduates and community members. Employers also promoted all opportunities including co-op, internship, seasonal, part-time and full-time.”

Door prizes were featured throughout the day, including a half-day rafting trip for two from Glacier Guides and the Montana Raft Company.

The list of employers included the BCC Admissions Office, Blackfeet Boarding Dormitory, Blackfeet IHS Dental Clinic, Blackfeet IHS, Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services, Blackfeet Manpower One Stop, Blackfeet TERO, Blackfeet Tribal Personnel Department, Blackfeet Volunteer Fire Department, Browning Public Schools, Affordable Care Act Enrollment, Border Patrol - St. Mary Station and Port of Piegan, Cut Bank Job Service, Glacier County Emergency Medical Services, Glacier Electric Cooperative, Glacier Guides Inc./ Montana Raft Co., Glacier National Park - Camp-ground/Entrance Stations, Job Corps, Marias Care Center, Montana Highway Patrol, North Central MT AHEC/ The Montana Hospital Association-Connections, NTTA, Roger Hopkins - U.S. Small Business Administration, Siyeh Development Corp., Town Pump, U.S. Army Recruiter, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the UM School of Pharmacy’s Native American Center of Excellence.

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