Interns at CASA of Missoula volunteer with our program staff to ensure the organization has the resources and support necessary to do this critical work. Interns will build experience in the non-profit sector, from event planning to operations. The Event & Outreach Intern will work closely with CASA staff through special projects, event planning, community outreach, clerical duties, and professional collaboration.
CASA of Missoula
CASA Data Analysis & Volunteer Coordinator
The Data Analysis and Volunteer Coordinator position ensures that abused and neglect children in the judicial system receive sound advocacy by ensuring that CASA of Missoula’s mission is carried out. This position primarily focuses on data gathering and analysis to support the measurement of program outcomes.
Missoula Aging Services
Family Caregiver Support Specialist
Using professional social work practices, the Caregiver Support Specialist will participate in the planning, implementation, and coordination of a variety of programs in Missoula and Ravalli counties. The Caregiver Support Specialist will perform functions in the office as well as in the client's home.
Missoula Aging Services
Personal Care Assistant
PCA's must have a commitment to working with older adults and caregivers. This position requires considerable knowledge of personal care and/or companion care procedures. Additionally, it requires knowledge of protocols of in-home care and assistance in ADL’s including assistance with personal hygiene, stand-by assistance on transfers, meal preparation and light housekeeping processes, etc.
The Missoula Butterfly House and Insectarium
For the past decade we have provided a variety of unique education programs and experiences for learners of all ages. As we look toward building our dream of a new facility featuring a tropical butterfly house, we are looking for a detail-oriented professional with administrative experience to help further our mission. This position requires someone who is organized and has excellent communication skills.
Missoula Family YMCA
Early Childhood/Preschool Lead & Asst Teachers
The Missoula Family YMCA is looking for team oriented, dependable, loving and compassionate people who love to engage and have fun with children aged 6 weeks to 6 years in a quality care learning environment. an environment with the unique challenges of a non-profit community service organization and work with limited supervision.