Update your skills at the Garfield Community Resource Center
To register for any of the courses listed, call Shelly at 406-247-5739, or stop by the Garfield Community Resource Center.
Garfield Community Resource Center
3212 First Ave. South, Room 112
|Regularly Scheduled Courses & Services
Keyboarding/Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
Developing Computer Literacy
Job Service application assistance and career exploration
GED mathematics preparation
GED language arts preparation
|Open Computer Lab
We provide an open computer lab to the public at no cost. This service allows members of the community to have access to online job searches, personal emails, networking, and more. Regular hours of operation are from 8:00am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Lab hours are subject to change. The lab may be closed for classes, holidays, staff meetings, or other events.
Income-Based Fee Waiver*
*The fee waiver is valid only for courses taken at the GCRC.
The following courses are part of our CHALLENGE program and will be available throughout the year. If you are interested, please contact us as soon as possible to register. Space is limited.
- Workplace Math
- Exceptional Customer Service
- Achieve Global© Basic Work Skills
- Writing for Work
- IC3 Computer Certification
- Computer Fundamentals
- Living Online
- Entry Level Administrative Assistant Certificate
- Advanced Keyboarding
- Multi-line phone systems
- Equipment Troubleshooting
- File Management
Participants who complete two or more classes and remain enrolled in the CHALLENGE program are eligible for extra support, including: eligibility for child care scholarships through DPHHS, career assessment and goal setting, individualized resume development, interviewing techniques, and employment search assistance.
Students who take and finish courses at the Garfield Community Resource Center will receive a MSU Billings Certificate of Completion at the end of each course.
Enrollment in computer courses is limited to 14 students. Many of the other courses offered throughout the year also have limtis. We encourage all students to ask about any upcoming courses.
Students are required to register and provide payment or apply for the income-based fee waiver before the start of the course.
Classes offered by MSU Billings, sponsored by a U.S. Department of Labor Grant