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Scholarships Available to Valley County Seniors

Scholarships Available to Valley County Seniors

Posted: 2/3/2016 2:13 PM

The Glasgow Job Service Employers’ Committee (JSEC) is offering scholarships to Valley County high school seniors who wish to further their education after graduation.  Funding is provided by Valley County employers who share the JSEC desire to educate future workers. Applications can be picked up from any of the County’s five high school counselors or the Glasgow Job Service Office at 74 4th Street North. Applications are due in the Job Service Office by 5:00 pm Monday, February 29.  Award amounts vary depending on donations received, but typically are about $500 according to Stacey Amundson, JSEC Chair.  For more information, contact Stacey at 228-2476 or the Glasgow Job Service at 228-3926.

Click on the "Resource Document" link below for a copy of the application.

Alcohol Sales and Service Training

Alcohol Sales and Service Training

Posted: 2/3/2016 3:21 PM

Call the Glasgow Job Service (406-228-3926) if you need certified to serve or sell alcohol. This is a free class offered several times a year in Northeast Montana. Certification is valid for three years and is requred by Montana law.

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