Leadership Montana Webinar: Higher Education’s Demographic Cliff  – 2/21 – Online

Online Webinar

What’s the higher education demographic cliff? It can be described as "the number of traditional college-aged students will peak in 2025 and then decline dramatically for several years" (Inside HigherEd). Matched with a decline in demand from those students to enter into higher education, many higher education institutions are facing this currently or preparing for it.

State of the Montana Nonprofit Sector Tour – 2/29 – Missoula

Confluence Center 119 W Main St, Missoula, United States

Liz Moore will be discussing the current state of Montana’s nonprofit sector and looking ahead at what to expect in the coming year. We'll also be presenting findings from our 2023 member survey.

Foundations of Private Equity and Venture Capital – Harvard Business School – March 3-6 – Harvard, Mass

The Foundations of Private Equity and Venture Capital program delves into the fundamental challenges and best practices for successfully raising a new fund or venture. You will explore the full range of industry models, from venture capital to growth equity to buyouts, as well as the key issues related to investment criteria, management strategies, and decision-making processes.

Montana Chamber’s Blazing Trails: Montana Women in Business Summit – March 6-8 – Bozeman

AC Hotel by Marriott Bozeman Downtown 110 North Tracy Avenue, Bozeman, MT, United States

During the two and a half days of programming and networking, we will deep dive into leadership development, financial well-being, entrepreneurship, civic engagement, advocacy, philanthropy and more. Network with fellow trailblazers, industry leaders, and policymakers. Proceeds from the event will go toward funding our childcare policy initiatives in the 2025 Montana Legislature.

Our Missoula Workshop Wednesday, March 6!

Join us Wednesday, March 6 for an Expanding Housing Options in Neighborhoods Workshop, as part of the Our Missoula: Growth Policy Update and Code Reform project. This event will explore ways to allow for more housing options and housing that is more affordable by design while preserving what residents value about Missoula’s neighborhoods. 

Wednesday, March 6, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – Burns Street Community Center, 1500 Burns St..