We will be resuming our Tutoring Program beginning in January of 2020, and are looking for a Tutoring Program Supervisor (TPS). The TPS is responsible for the following:
  • Recruiting, interviewing, training and supervising the tutor team
  • Connecting with youth as a positive role model and upholding BYEP's behavioral expectations
  • Facilitating the tutoring experience
  • Supervising youth
  • Leading tutor debriefs
  • Mandatory reporting


  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 3:45 - 7:30 p.m.
  • January 28th - April 9th

This position could be divided between 2 or 3 students if necessary. The ideal candidate has the ability to connect positively with youth, uphold behavioral expectations, has experience working with a vulnerable population, enjoys adolescents, is creative, open-minded, engaging, organized and flexible. Is passionate about this population and committed to growth!

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to katie@byep.org

Posted 12/9/2019

BYEP tutors work with 8th-12th grade students to provide support in a variety of subject areas on Tuesday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday evenings. Apply at https://www.byep.org/tutoring.

Posted 12/9/2019

We are currently looking for people who love children to work as Lead Teachers and Teacher's Aides in a fun, fast paced environment. We serve children from 2 months up through preschool. Duties entail everything necessary in order to take care of children and provide a safe, loving environment. We serve meals and snacks, change diapers, play, teach, give comfort and offer our attention to these little ones.

We have flexible scheduling and are willing to train for our assistant positions. 

We offer paid vacation for our full-time staff after a year and paid holidays after 6 mos.

We are open M-F 7am - 6pm (no late nights, no weekends).

If you are looking for a job where you can make a difference in the lives of children and have a fun-loving personality and a good work ethic, this is the job for you.

Come join our amazing staff!

Call Cami or Jo at 406-587-2239.

Updated 11/12/2019

We currently have six classrooms, serving children ages 0-5. We are looking for teachers/caregivers for our classrooms. Teachers/caregivers may have degrees in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field, or they may be degree-seeking. We are also offering paid student internships, practicum opportunities and more. We provide mandatory childcare licensing trainings, Adult/Child/Infant First Aid/CPR certification, and more, all of which are paid and applied to their training hours on the Montana Early Childhood Practitioner Registry. Pay starts at $13-$14/an hour, depending on education and experience and we have opportunities for pay raises after the first 45 days. for more information and to apply, visit www.bozemanumc.org/gatheringplace, or email Samantha Stith (samantha@bozemanumc.org) or Katie Estes (katie@bozemanumc.org).

Posted 10/15/2019

If your passion is working with kids and you love the outdoors, this is the perfect position for you! Thinking of new ideas and being both creative and resourceful are a must! Our kid age range is from 3-12. Associates must be available to work a flexible schedule as business needs demand. To learn more, please visit www.montagehotels.com/careers or reach out to Carlin, our Youth Programs Supervisor, at 406-999-0033 or chealey@spanishpeaksmountainclub.com.  

Posted 10/15/2019

Addy (10) and Jack (8) both excel at math in school (both are in advanced math). They have both requested extra tutoring--probably most commonly known now as enrichment in math and science. My goal is for them to be challenged and since their classes are large, it would be beneficial for them to have individual attention with a tutor so they can ask questions and obtain individual help thinking through problems. I also would like them to have little “homework” assignments that hopefully they will take responsibility and do it. 

I would like someone to come to our house, one day per week for about 1 to 2 hours each time (maybe 30 to 45 min with each kid), for the entire school year (and hopefully beyond) so the kids can develop a relationship with them. Pay would be $35/hour.

For more information or to apply, contact Deborah Stephenson at 406-600-1422.

Posted 9/23/2019

Job Title: STEM Instructor

Pay Rate: $15.76- $16.75 per hour, depending on qualifications & experience

Job Type: This is a temporary, hourly, contract position averaging 10 hours per week.

Job Hours:  Monday-Thursday 3:30-6:00 p.m.

Duration: September 23, 2019 – May 1, 2020 (a miminum of 30 weeks)

Summary of Position:

LINKS for Learning is hiring a STEM Instructor to develop and implement enrichment programs in subject areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Description of Duties:

This position will be responsible for planning and teaching STEM activities/lessons to children in grades 1-5.  Specifically:


Develop and implement successful enrichment programming for children in grades 1-5 in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  Duties include:

  • Coordinate with LINKS, PEAK(Arrowhead) and Big Timber Afterschool Club Directors to arrange days and times for STEM Club at each site.
  • Lesson planning and implementation based on established plans that achieve goals for student success in the area of STEM particularly Robotics and Coding.
  • Engage students in STEM enrichment activities
  • Recruit and Coordinate with community partners to highlight careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
  • Assist with community-based activities, events and promotion
  • Monitor student progress through feedback from the students and parents.
  • Track metrics related to LINKS for Learning 21st CCLC strategic reporting


  • Assist in planning the Lights On Family STEM Night
  • Promote and engage families in STEM activities that can be replicated at home
  • Supervise activities at the Lights On Family STEM Night


  • Recruit and manage volunteers as needed. Maintain positive relationships with project partners, funders, volunteers, board members, staff, and others.
  • Weekly social media promotion via (Facebook, Instagram), Google (Gmail, Drive, Calendar) and Microsoft products (Word, Power Point, Excel), Dropbox. Must be able and willing to learn new software as needed.
  • Attend staff meetings and relevant trainings
  • Gather data when requested by the LINKS Director for grant writing and fundraising purposes
  • Communicate student progress with each site Director


  • This position requires weekly travel to Arrowhead School and Big Timber!!
  • Must have a clean driving record and hold a valid Driver’s License in the State of Montana
  • Proof of Insurance will be required
  • Mileage will be reimbursed

Required Qualifications:

  • Possess professional communication skills including in-person, via email, and in written works.
  • Be entrepreneurial and self-directed in spirit, creative and innovative.
  • Be a teacher by nature and possess experience and education in the field of K-5 education, specifically in the area of STEM (robotics, coding, etc.).
  • Demonstrate knowledge of coding, WeDo robotics, EV3 robotics and programming.
  • Be organized but flexible; capable of handling simultaneous tasks with a good sense of humor; set and meet deadlines.
  • Be able to work flexible schedule as necessary including afternoons, evenings and the occasional weekend.
  • Possess a current driver’s license in the state of Montana and proof of insurance.
  • Be able to interact with young children in a professional but positive manner.
  • Position is dependent on successful background check.

Application process:

To apply, submit the following materials by email to Terri Hartly, Executive Director, Terri.Hartly@livingston.k12.mt.us

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three professional references
  • Livingston School District Classified Application
  • Submit to a background check through the Livingston School District

For more information about the position, contact Terri Hartly at Terri.Hartly@livingston.k12.mt.us or (406) 223-5288.

Posted 9/23/2019

Eagle Mount Aquatics Center is hiring swim instructors and lifeguards for their new All Abilities swim program. Find a full job description and apply at https://eaglemount.org/job_description/swim-instructors. For more information, contact Amber Waters at awaters@eaglemount.org or 406.586.1781.

Posted 9/3/2019

Discover the power of an hour! Become a CAP Mentor today! The Child Advancement Project (CAP) matches adult volunteers from the community with children in Bozeman Public Schools. These mentors work one-on-one with students in grades K-12 to provide support and encouragement throughout the school year. Mentors help students discover and build upon their individual strengths, and affirm student’s ability to shape their own futures. CAP is a school-based program, so mentors go to the schools to work with a student for one hour, once a week.

CAP mentors are screened, trained and supervised by professional CAP Coordinators, establishing a community of volunteers who are engaged in the local school system and invested in the future of their community.

For more information or to apply, visit www.allthrive.org/cap or contact Maria Malloy at mmalloy@allthrive.org or Andrea Lawrence at alawrence@allthrive.org

Updated 9/3/2019

406 Nannies is a nanny/sitter placement service serving Bozeman and surrounding areas. 

Nannies are friends, confidants, educators, and playmates. The nannies, tutors, and instructors in this agency go the extra mile to ensure quality childcare for busy parents. We only accept the most qualified, professional, and reliable nannies to our team. Our team members love children and enjoy being as active and engaged with them as possible. If you think you would be a good fit for out team and meet our requirements, please apply below. We cannot wait to meet you!

Wages from $13-$25/hr. Flexible schedules.

Learn more and apply at www.406nannies.com/become-a-nanny.

Updated 9/3/2019

Would you love to share your knowledge and creativity with children in the community? The Greater Gallatin United Way is hiring Program Coordinators to manage kidsLINK Afterschool Programs. You will supervise staff, plan activities, work, play, and make a difference in children’s lives through relationship building. No two days are the same. It’s a rewarding challenge where everyone involved, staff, students and parents, will grow and learn something new. We look forward to you joining our team of coordinators! Please the Bozeman School District and Belgrade School District employment websites for position postings, or call the GGUW office at 406-587-2194. kidsLINK programs at the following schools are hiring for Program Coordinators:

  • Emily Dickinson: K-5/Bozeman
  • Hyalite: K-5/Bozeman
  • Longfellow: K-5/Bozeman
  • Ridge View: K-4/Belgrade
  • Belgrade Middle School: 5-8/Belgrade

Posted 8/26/2019

To Whom It May Concern:
My name is Linda Stancil and I work at Bozeman Public Schools in the Adult/Community Ed Program. We offer many classes to community adults (for no credit, of course) and have for many years.  In the past, we have had a few MSU students looking for the opportunity to practice teach in our program while they complete their last year of school, so they have some teaching experience to put on their resume when they search for a more permanent teaching job. See description below. 

If you would like to teach one or two nights a week for 6-8 weeks for 1 1/2 - 2 hrs. per class, please contact our office at 522-6012 or fill out an application online at www.bsd7.org (look for Quick Links on the right hand side, then Employment Opportunities, then open positions, then Adult & Community Education). No teaching experience necessary. This would be a great opportunity to gain experience in classroom/time management, with no discipline problems to deal with...just motivated students who want to learn. It also can be helpful in honing one's organizational skills within a classroom setting while earning a little spending money.

If you would like to "practice teach" in your field of study and would like to make a a little money doing it, contact us. We are looking to add classes and subjects of interest to the adults in the Bozeman Community.

Description: Teach community education classes during evening hours. Areas of instruction include--but are not limited to--Hobbies/Art, Music, Exercise/Dance, Health/Wellness, Cooking (general/specialty), Language/Writing, Outdoor, Technology, Business/Job Skills, etc. Instructor responsible for course content and submits course outline/syllabus for review and approval prior to hire.