Career Services is here for you–whether you are looking for work, seeking career advice, or figuring out next steps. For more resources or to chat, please connect with Career Services at and (406) 756-3803 or through the Student Support Center (LRC129) at (406) 756-3880. You can also directly schedule an appointment at We can help you with:

  • Career Assessments & Conversations
  • Internships & Apprenticeships
  • Getting Started with LinkedIn — Build Your Professional Network
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Resume & Cover Letter Review
  • Interview Prep & Mock Interviews
  • Current Students can practice interviewing skills by using MY INTERVIEW. View your video results and choose to invite others to review them. Career Services at is also happy to review. (NOTE: The first time you use the system you will be sent a verification link to your FVCC email address. Click and go!)

NEW FOR STUDENTS & RECENT ALUMNI! Micro-internship Opportunities through Parker Dewey

These are short-term, professional assignments similar to those tasks a new hire or intern might do. Like traditional internships, micro-internships can take place any semester. Micro-internships are mostly remote although can be on-site. Typically, they range from 5-40 hours of work and occur within a week or a month time period. Parker Dewey connects students to diverse companies and organizations across the US and applying is a time sensitive, competitive process. Students can gain experience for their resume, explore career paths, build their networks, and be paid. Micro-internships are offered by Fortune 100 companies to emerging start-ups in departments including sales, marketing, technology, HR, and finance. These micro-internships are for current students and recent graduates although some workplaces may have specific requirements like being at a certain level in your education.

Sign Up for a FREE “Career Launcher” Account

You will receive a confirmation email from Parker Dewey to set up your full account, so provide a professional email address like a Gmail or your FVCC email.

  1. After you create an account, complete a great profile.
  2. Search and apply for micro-internship opportunities. (They go fast.)
  3. Your responses to questions on the applications are critical so be specific.

Check out jobs here while we transition to our new career board Handshake this summer: Jobs


Continue to develop professionally by researching your industry, updating your resume, staying current with skills (look for free or inexpensive online classes), and creating and staying in touch with your professional network. LinkedIn is a great professional networking site. Use it to see job postings and to follow industries, specific companies and hashtags in interest areas, and influencers and experts in those industries. Some career area influencers you may find helpful are Andrew Seamen, Austin Belcak and Jena Viviano. Here’s a tutorial for how to create and use a LinkedIn account: LinkedIn How To for Students. Remember to practice your video and phone interviewing skills:

Online Job Interviews

Virtual Interviewing

Virtual Interview Tips

Common Interview Questions

Montana Labor Market Info – check out career resources section!

Guide to Graduating in the Age of COVID-19


Montana Works

LinkedIn Jobs



Simply Hired




Angel List–Startups

Snagajob–Hourly Jobs

USA Jobs

MT State Careers

MT Nonprofit

MT High Tech

Flathead Area Nonprofit Job & Volunteer Opportunities

FVCC Career Board Several hundred brief career videos, job, and research sites for FVCC students and alumni. (Current students–activate with student ID and FVCC email. Alumni create new account with current email.)

Student & Other Jobs at FVCC