Career Futures
Employment Services, Community Organizations
55 W. Granite
Butte, MT 59701
(406) 723-9101
(406) 723-4345
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday* 8:00 am - 3:00 pm *Staff-only day*
who to contact
Mary Berg
Executive Director
Phone:723-9101 
Fax:723-4345 
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Terrie Button
JRT Trainer
Phone:723-9101 
Fax:723-4345 
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Lynn Clark
Business Advocate
Phone:723-9101 
Fax:723-4345 
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Sarah De Money
Program Facilitator
Phone:723-9101 
Fax:723-4345 
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Linda Moodry
Assistant Executive Director
Phone:723-9101 
Fax:723-4345 
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Career Futures

Employment Services | Community Organizations
about us
Career Futures is a private, non-profit organization originally founded in 1986 to meet employment needs in the community of Butte, Montana. This has since grown to meet the changing demands of the workforce where we have expanded to serve all adults and businesses within Butte and surrounding rural counties. Many of our services are available in the following counties: Butte-Silver Bow, Deer Lodge, Granite, Powell, Beaverhead, and Jefferson (Whitehall).

Career Futures has operated the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Work Readiness Component Program (WoRC) since 1996 and also administers: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAP); Workforce Investment Act Adult (WIA); Carl Perkins Nursing Options Program; and State Displaced Homemaker Program.

Career Futures offers training in 4 areas:
- Job Search Training: Learn how to look for a job with materials and tools for your job search. (1 week)
- Soft Skills Training: Become more aware with Communications, Conflict Management, etc. (2 weeks)
- Financial Management: Get the tools and knowledge on how to handle your money. (2 weeks)
- Computer Literacy: Hands-on training on general terminology and introducing the Microsoft Office Suite. (2 weeks)
highlights
  • WoRC Program: The program is designed for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash grant recipients.

  • WIA-Adult: The purpose of WIA Title IB is to provide training and employment services to adults.

  • State Displaced Homemaker: Services include vocational counseling, job training and job search assistance.

  • Training: Computer Literacy, Job Search, Soft Skills, Financial Management

  • Financial Literacy and Subsidized Employment Programs