ADDITIONAL ONLINE RESOURCES
Montana Legal Services
Whether you are looking for a new opportunity in your field, a change in your chosen career, or your first job, the Montana Job Service is a great place to start. Click on the orange link to the left, and you will be redirected to the Montana job service web site.
Need to know What, When, Where and How to Hunt? Check out the state library's resource on hunting. The link on the left will provide you with all the information to answer any questions you have on hunting in Montana.
Need to know What, When, Where and How to Fish? Check out the state library's resource on fishing. The link on the left will provide you with all the information to answer any questions you have on fishing in Montana.
Want to learn more about Montana nature? The Montana Field Guides have been developed with a collaborative effort between the Montana Natural Heritage Program and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. In these guides you will find information on habitat, ecology, reproduction, range, and distribution of Montana's animals; new features include a hierarchal approach to finding an animal of interest or plant species of concern, including references and photographs. Simply click on the link to the left and be connected to nature.
The Montana Career Information System (MCIS) is an online resource that can assist students and adults with gathering information about different career paths, identifying careers that match your interests, understanding educational requirements, comparing education options, and even creating a resume. If you are a student, the username is LibraryJr and the password is Guest2014. If you are an adult, the username is Library and the password is Guest 2014.
Written by Montana Historical Society staff, Montana Place Names from Alzada to Zortman explores the origin of more than 1,200 of Montana's place names from towns and cities to geograpic features.
You can find information about common legal problems, such as divorce, parenting plans, landlord and tenant issues, and disability benefits. MontanaLawHelp.org also has information about local legal help, community resources, and courts. MLSA staff can be reached by phone at 800-666-6899 for guidance and help with applying for free legal aid.