Welcome to the Montana Community Support Coordinator Landing Page. I am Sheila and I am the Community Support Coordinator (CSC) for the state of Montana. As an Army OneSource (AOS) Community Support Coordinator (CSC), serving as a liaison for the Army, I am here to help you!
As a CSC, I travel throughout the state supporting various military events and connecting the geographically dispersed Soldiers and their Families with resources closest to where they live. I can connect you with a number of different resources, such as local job fairs, great deals on affordable housing, or workshops near you. CSCs make connections between local Army Family members and available services. Make Army OneSource, your source for local information, news, and valuable resources gathered by the Community Support Coordinators. We are working hard to solve the issues faced by Spouses, Family, Veterans, Retirees, Reservists and others.
If there is a resource that would be beneficial to any Army Family, please forward this information to me. As always, if you have any suggestions as to how we can make Community Support pages on Army OneSource better, use the Contact Us or Content Requests links found at the bottom of every page.
It is my pleasure to service this great state and I look forward to working with everyone.
Thank you for visiting the Montana Community Support page and please look for more exciting news updates soon!
Milicruit Annual Military Spouse National Online Career Fair is May 7th from 1-4 ET - Please spread the word.
Here are our other online career fair dates for veterans and spouses:"> For further information,visit Veterans Career Fair
Wednesday May 23rd- 1-4 EST Nationwide Career Fair
Tuesday June 26th - 1-4 EST Nationwide Career Fair
Tuesday July 31st - 1-4 EST Nationwide Career Fair
Tuesday August 21st - 1-4 EST Nationwide Career Fair
The U.S. Department of Labor (Department of Labor or USDOL), Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) announces a grant competition to provide job training, counseling, and placement services (including job readiness, literacy, and skills training) to expedite the reintegration of homeless veterans into the labor force. Under this solicitation, VETS anticipates that up to $15 million will be available for Urban and Non-Urban grants with awards ranging from a minimum of $100,000 to a maximum award of $300,000 for Urban grants and a minimum award of $100,000 to maximum award of $200,000 for Non-Urban grants.
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