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Welcome to MEDA: Leadership Dedicated to Building Montana's Economy

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Welcome to MEDA: Leadership Dedicated to Building Montana’s Economy

The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) is an association of economic development professionals. We are professional “lead” economic developers, business specialist, government employers, and staff members of affiliated non-profit organizations which promote and foster economic development activities in Montana.

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MEDA is hiring for a new Leadership and Administrative Services Position!

The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA), now in its 30th year, seeks professional services to fill executive…

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Montana Career Opportunity – Executive Director/Association Management – The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA)

The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA), now in its 30th year, seeks professional services to fill executive…

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Montana Career Opportunities – Loan Specialist (Commercial), Community Development Specialist, Public Affairs Specialist – USDA

USDA Is Hiring! Commercial Loan Specialist / Series 1165 / GS-9/11 with full promotion potential to GS-12…

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Montana Career Opportunity – Request for Proposals- Executive Director/Administrative Services – Montana Economic Developers Association

Great opportunity to Come Home to Montana and bring your expertise, energy and insight to contribute to…

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Montana Career Opportunity – Economic Development Director – Beartooth RC&D

Beartooth RC&D is hiring an Economic Development Director. Full‐time Salary position ($46,000-$52,000) DOE with a full benefit…

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News about MEDA – Montana Economic Developers Association

Helena WINS invites the community to take a look at the trades

“So, we really wanted to target 8th graders, especially thinking about what they want to do for their careers, or even just choosing classes for high school. If hands-on is something that they're interested in,...

Montana Department of Commerce Announces International Tourism Marketing Strategy Development Initiative

Over the next 12 months, Commerce will collaborate with its marketing agencies of record (AORs) to understand the desired outcomes from Montana’s economic development and tourism industry leaders. Previously focused on trade tourism and seven...

Feds to end coal leasing in Powder River Basin, nation’s largest source of coal

Though the Powder River Basin coal industry has been in decline since 2008, the BLM’s decision — even if it is defeated by legal challenges — sends a strong signal to the industry, as well...

The Missoula Economic Partnership Indicator May 2024

Missoula to Host Headwaters Tech Hub Consortium Members

Health department seeks input by May 17 (Now extended to May 20) on 3-year plan to improve child care quality and access

Montana will receive nearly $32 million in federal funds next year to make child care more accessible for low-income families. How it will use that money — and the similar amount it will receive each year...

Disability Employment Awareness Conference held in Great Falls

“Studies show that when a company has a more diverse workforce, including hiring people with disabilities, the bottom line and the outcomes are higher than businesses that don't do that,” Hermanson said.

D.C. Has an Excellent Model for Strengthening Child Care. The City May Do Away With It.

Supplementing early childhood educators’ wages has gone a long way toward addressing a longtime crisis. Even if the program doesn’t survive the city’s budget process, it should remain an example for local, state and federal...

Hire a Teenager This Summer and Get a Tax Break

The tax credit, which pays $1,200 per qualified teenager, could provide a much-needed boost to seasonal businesses, like restaurants, amusement parks, pools, and beach shops, which already depend on high schoolers to beef up their staff...

You’re invited! From Dioramas to Dinosaurs: The Impacts of Montana Museums and Exploring Paleontological Tourism Listening Sessions – 6/3 and 6/6 – Online

These sessions aim to introduce you to the projects, meet the research team, and gather your valuable insights. The study is designed with a dual focus

The Montana STEM Ecosystem – Come Join the Future

The Montana STEM Ecosystem brings together representatives from education, business, afterschool, government, industry and nonprofits along with other engaged citizens to discuss how Montana can continue to grow a strong STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and...