Internship Application Process

Western Native Voice is looking for an individual who demonstrates a desire for long term commitment in working with disenfranchised communities and displays the following skill sets or knowledge:

  • Ability to interact effectively and productively with the general public

  • A team player who can work productively, both independently and with others

  • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines

  • An understanding of the economic and political issues that affect Indian Country, or a willingness to learn about the issues

  • Basic knowledge of current events as they pertain to Indian Country

  • Able and willing to work on weekends and evenings

  • Basic computer skills

  • Applicants must possess basic skills in working smartphone technologies or be willing to learn

  • Applicants should be generally reachable by phone and email during work hours

A Western Native Voice internship provides a wide range of experiences including:

  • Relationship building experience and skills

  • Research and writing strategies and skills

  • Community organizing skills

  • Gain knowledge of issues pertaining to Montana‚Äôs Indian Country

  • Exposure to local, tribal, state and federal government systems

  • Historical perspective of culture in politics

  • History of the Native Vote

  • Professional development in a workforce environment

  • Opportunities for leadership development

Job Description

Job Application

How to Apply by Mail

  1. Download the application form above by clicking on the image
  2. Email, mail, or fax application form to: Western Native Voice
    220 S 27th St.
    Suite C
    Billings, MT 59101Fax: (406) 252-1092