Dominick VergaraDominick Vergara

Contact Information

Phone: 406.657.1021
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B.S. Education, Black Hills State University
M.A. Sports Management, Montana State University-Billings

Job Responsibilities

Build and maintain relationships with prospective students, families, and schools to help with the admission and financial aid processes.

A Little About Me

I moved to Montana six years ago to begin a teaching opportunity in Thompson Falls. This is where I learned about the most important Montana values: hard work, passion for education, and love of community. Starting my professional life in small-town Montana was the perfect decision because I was able to develop close relationships with my mentors and take advantage of the amazing outdoor opportunities at my backdoor.

In Thompson Falls, I worked as a physical education teacher, athletic director, and football coach. That should make it clear that sports are a huge part of my life. My love of sports started with games of catch with my dad in the backyard, but since those childhood games, I've found a way to use my passion as a vehicle for change.

As my parents always told me, "Do what you love and the money will find you." At Rocky Mountain College, we cultivate an environment that gives students the chance to settle into adulthood and explore their options until they find what they love. No matter where a student finds passion, they will find supportive faculty, a family of peers in their department, and a challenge that prepares them for their journey after graduation.

My Favorites

Spot on Campus: Any seat at Herb Klindt Field during the RMC vs. Carroll football game
Thing About RMC: The feeling of “family” around campus
Restaurant: Montana’s Rib and Chop House, Stella’s for breakfast
Superhero: Superman
Season: Spring

When Visiting

A few options to consider: explore downtown, enjoy the outdoors, drive to the top of the Rimrocks for a scenic view of Billings, take a stroll through Pioneer Park, attend a Billings Mustangs professional baseball game, take a day trip to Red Lodge, and most importantly, have fun while visiting our campus.

My Advice

“Anything is possible with two things – hard work and a positive attitude.”

Recruitment Territories

Billings (590-59199), Colorado