Employment & Internships

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  • Eagle Mount is seeking a Development Director to lead fundraising and donor relations for the organization. The Development Director oversees the fundraising initiatives that make Eagle Mount’s mission possible, as well as public relations and grant writing, among other responsibilities. A complete list of duties and qualifications can be found in the Full Job Description. Applicants must have relevant experience and be passionate about Eagle Mount’s mission. If interested, please respond with a resume and cover letter in PDF format to pnixon@eaglemount.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt; preference will be given to applications received by September 20, 2019.
  • Eagle Mount’s All Abilities Aquatics Program is now seeking Swim Instructors and Lifeguards to assist with the implementation of our All Abilities Aquatics Program for kids with and without disabilities. These positions are part time (under 10hr/wk) and seasonal. Applicants need to be responsible, organized, empathetic, and passionate about the Eagle Mount mission. They must have skills in communication, swimming, and teaching. Lifeguard certification preferred. Before applying, please read the Instructor and Lifeguard full job descriptions. To apply, email cover letter, resume, and three references to Amber Waters: awaters@eaglemount.org.
  • Eagle Mount’s Big Sky Ski Program is seeking an Assistant Director to support the adaptive ski program in the Big Sky area. Search closed; applications are under review.
  • If you are interested in being a volunteer, please visit our Volunteer Information page or contact the office at (406) 586-1781.


  • Student Selection Process

The procedure for securing a student internship at Eagle Mount is as follows:

  1. Students desiring an internship will submit a resume and cover letter at preferably three months prior to starting date if possible.
  2. Based on submitted paperwork, the program supervisor will request an interview by phone or in person.
  3. The student selected for the internship will be notified at least two months prior to their starting date if possible.
  4. Provide equal consideration of prospective interns without discrimination.


  • Responsibilities of the Intern to Eagle Mount

The expectations of interns are as follows:

  1. Complete the necessary hours and weeks required by their educational institutes’ department/program/class if applicable.
  2. Complete an Eagle Mount volunteer application and background check.
  3. Participate in weekly intern and staff meetings as scheduled.
  4. Take on increasing responsibility for planning and leading.
  5. Fulfill all assignments as delegated by the intern supervisor.


  • Responsibilities of College/University to Eagle Mount

Eagle Mount expects the following involvement from the college/university:

  1. A specific faculty member will be assigned as the student’s advisor during the course of the internship.
  2. The student advisor will provide consultation to the student and program as needed.
  3. The agency will be provided with updated school internship manual or any pertinent info.


  • Responsibilities of Eagle Mount to the Intern

Eagle Mount will:

  1. Provide a formalized orientation program for the student.
  2. Provide consistent counseling and feedback to the student during the internship.
  3. Provide a final evaluation to the student and the student’s advisor.