Sidney Job Service:

The Montana Department of Labor & Industry’s Workforce Services Division is committed to supporting Montana businesses across the state. Workforce consultants at local Job Services Montana offices provide a wide range of tools and resources to assist with your business needs, including but not limited to: job posting and placement services: up-to-occupations; recruiting, retention, and training assistance; information about employment law and employment discrimination; and tax and hiring incentives.

For more information or to contact Sidney Job service, you can find their office here.

Miles Community College:

created a program to allow employers to create their own company specific certificate. You will work with MCC Staff in selecting the exact courses you want both current and future employees to learn. Your company specific certificate could be as small or large as you would like. Companies using this are, Stockman Bank and Sidney Health Center.

For more information or to contact MCC, you can visit their website here.


The Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) program is a grant funding resource, helping to off-set a portion of skills-based training costs for incumbent (existing) workers employed by Montana’s small business. Businesses must demonstrate training will increase the worker’s skill-level, result in a promotion or wage gain, or expand their business market/increase business revenue, with the intent of preserving existing jobs for Montana residents. Small business is defined as private sector, for-profit and non-profits, operating year-round, with no more than 50 employees statewide.

For more information on the IWT program, you can visit their website here.

H2B: Non Agricultural

The H-2B labor certification program establishes a means for U.S. non-agricultural employers who anticipate a shortage of domestic workers, to bring temporary non-immigrant foreign workers into the U.S. H-2B eligibility requires that the job and the U.S. employer’s need for the foreign worker be of a temporary nature. The need must be for one year or less and can be either a one-time occurrence, seasonal, peak-load or intermittent.

For more information on the H-2B program, you can visit their website here.

H2A: Agricultural

The Foreign Labor Certification Program educates and assists Montana employers seeking foreign workers. When qualified United States-based workers are unavailable, the Workforce Services Division assists an employer through the foreign labor process. Any United States employer seeking a foreign worker(s) is eligible to apply.

For more information on the H-2A program, you can visit their website here.

Accelerate Montana:

“By utilizing a skills-focused hiring process, we help organizations identify their hiring needs while offering them a pool of candidates with the skills they are looking for. We are partnering with employers to build programs based on their needs and the needs of their employees.”

For more information on the Accelerate Montana program, you can visit their website here.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit:

Integral to job creation by giving employers a tax credit when they hire qualified individuals with persistent and significant barriers to employment.

For more information on the Accelerate Montana program, you can visit their website here.