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Employment Opportunities

Friendship House seeks vibrant employees looking to inspire, motivate, and transform youth and families toward better futures.

Open Positions

Full-Time, 40 hours per week. Occasional evenings and weekends for events or projects. For job description, Click Here.                                                                                                        

The following positions are sought on a continual basis and applications are accepted at any time. Applicants will receive a response from Friendship House's youth program coordinator.

Teacher Aide 
Hours vary. Occasional evenings and weekends for events or projects. For job description, Click Here.

Teacher, Part-Time
Monday-Friday, 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., Academic Year. For job description, Click Here.

Our partner organizations also have job openings. See available positions at the Montana Rescue Mission here, and openings at the Billings Leadership Foundation here.

General Application for Friendship House positions Click Here

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Friendship House partners with local area colleges (including Rocky Mountain College, MSUB, and Walla Walla University) to provide mutually beneficial internships for college students and our programs. Generally, Friendship House seeks teaching, counseling, and social services interns to work with kids and families in our programs.

Interns serve as classroom aides or counselors, although we are interested in participating in any unique internship opportunities that a student may wish to pursue through Friendship House, such as marketing, business, ministry, or music internships. We will work with you to design a custom internship to meet you and your school's needs. Please contact Friendship House's Youth Program Coordinator to further discuss internship opportunities.

Work Study

Friendship House partners with local colleges (including Rocky Mountain College and MSUB) to provide work-study opportunities for eligible college students. Students should consider this opportunity as a way to get to know the community better and have real-world work experiences. Work-study students generally work as classroom aides, front office/administrative aides, and kitchen aides. See a job posting on your local college’s career services website. Please contact Friendship House’s Youth Program Coordinator to further discuss work-study opportunities.

To apply for any of the positions above, submit a letter of interest stating what position you are interested in and a current resume through email or mail.

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