Contact Information

Parker Sullivan Program Support Technician 2800 Airport Avenue B
Great Falls MT

Dawn Stanulus Employer Support Specialist 1946 Mt Majo St. Box 106
Fort Harrison MT 59636

Joe Fletcher Employment Transition Coordinator Great Falls Armed Forces Reserve Center 401 63rd Street South
Great Falls MT 59405-1817


Montana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (MT ESGR) has 26 dedicated volunteers and staff working throughout the Big Sky Country to gain and maintain employer support for the Guard and Reserve by recognizing outstanding support, increasing awareness of the Uniformed Services Employment Reemployment Rights Act, resolving conflicts through mediation, and connecting military service members and veterans with employment resources.

MT ESGR strives to develop and promote a culture in which Montana employers support and value the military service of their employees.  Employers are encouraged to hire Guard and Reserve members who represent drug-free employees and enrich a workplace with leadership and professionalism.  Appreciation for civilian employers is promoted among the Guard and Reserve with nominations for special Department of Defense awards.


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June 13, 2014Spring Job Fairs abound in Montana
Great Falls, Mont. – Spring moved forward with a bang for Montana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (Montana ESGR) and the Montana Department of Labor as the two teamed up to develop a strategic partnership to host seven job fairs across the state. Learn More.
June 13, 2014Mission Mountains and Flathead Lake offer scenic views for bosses

Kalispell, Mont. – Flying high above Flathead Lake, civilian bosses of Montana Guard and Reserve members and community leaders peered through windshields of a UH-60 Black Hawk or a CH-47 Chinook to drink in the sights of the Flathead Valley. Over 50 civilian bosses were guests of the Montana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and the Montana Army National Guard 1-189th Aviation Battalion. Expert pilots from the Aviation unit ferried two flights of bosses for the set of morning flights.

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June 13, 2014Montana ESGR fires up tanks and Breakfast for Bosses

Great Falls, Mont. – It is not every day that a 70 ton machine such as the Abram Tank is fired up and rolled onto an armory floor so civilian bosses act like kids climbing all over it to take a look at the massive machine. However, that is just what happened when Montana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve and the 889th Quartermaster Company of the Montana Army Reserve hosted civilian employers for breakfast.

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