Special Olympics Needs You!

Are you interested in making your hometown a more inclusive place for all? Are you looking at opportunities to make a difference? Then we have a place for you!

We have open positions in every corner of Montana looking to be filled. The positions range from year-round leadership positions to season coaching opportunities to day-of event volunteers. Follow the link below to check out all the current volunteer opportunities!

Get Involved

Volunteers are the Heartbeat of Special Olympics Montana where we serve over 3,000 athletes. To give these individuals the opportunities they enjoy, we need your help!

Every volunteer is a potential spokesperson for Special Olympics Montana. Our success is driven by the dedication of our volunteer Management Teams, Local Program Coordinators, Coaches and thousands of event volunteers.

Our volunteers are all ages and their commitments can range from an afternoon to a lifetime. Special Olympics would not exist today—and could not have been created—without the time, energy, commitment and enthusiasm of our volunteers. We owe so much to these millions of people who find the time to make the world a better place.


If you want to be a volunteer, fill out the interest form below!

Current & Upcoming Volunteer Events

  • Special Olympics Montana will provide coaches with the means to become a certified coach and learn sport skills through hands on training experiences on July 29 & 30 in Great Falls. Attendees will...

  • After two years of regional Games, the Bozeman Games Management Team is ecstatic to be Together at Last! In May, athletes from across the state will travel to Bozeman for the much-anticipated Special ...

  • Twenty-nine years ago, former Special Olympics Montana CEO Bob Norbie approached Town Pump founder Tom Kenneally, Sr. and asked if Town Pump would sell MTN Chevy Truck Raffle tickets to benefit Specia...

  • The mantra of the Whitefish Thunder is “Do the right thing, for the right reason, with the right heart.” Special Olympics athletes from the Whitefish area have seen that mantra lived out by coach Kent...