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Winifred, Montana community is enjoying school upgrades and more opportunities

Thanks to a big donation from Winifred native Norm Asbjornson, Winifred schools is expanding its opportunities for students and adding a lot more classes in the future. They have plans to add a greenhouse, a welding shop, more trades classes, and many other options as well.

Attention all High School Juniors – Join the Montana Aerospace Scholars today!

Do you love all things aviation and space related? Want to study it in depth while earning college credits in high school? Hoping to join a community that shares your passion for exploration? You should join the Montana Aerospace Scholars.

University of Montana law school students demand change, plan walk-out

Holland said students began planning the walkout after they heard the administration ignored reports of a predator, mishandled sexual assault allegations and leveled threats against students’ admission to the bar. She said trying to get a professional degree at a school that “consistently has ignored or even retaliated against survivors” makes it difficult for students.

How I Learned How to Say No With Confidence

For many people, saying no doesn’t come easy–but for effective leaders, it’s a critical skill.

Great Falls College’s cybersecurity program joins consortium to help high school teachers

“You’re a detective, a good guy,” she said. “But you get to think like a bad guy, the whole ethical hacker thing. You have to be able to think like a criminal in order to get the criminal. It’s really fun.”

University of Montana Taking Montana Technology Corridor to Next Level

Once completed, these facilities will not only provide critically needed expansion space for MonTEC, but also the highly technical infrastructure needed by startups working in pharma and other bioscience industries.

Montana’s Grow Your Own Teacher programs lift off

Three new teacher recruitment programs in central Montana are prepping to pave a pathway for high school students to train as educators.

University of Montana’s enrollment grows for first time in a decade

“It’s exciting to see UM returning to growth. We’ve spent the last couple of years really working hard to adapt how we recruit students, but also how we retain students,” said UM President Seth Bodnar on Monday. “I think there are lots of really positive indicators.”

Montana State University to host annual fall career fair Oct. 7

Organizers expect 170 employers will be at the fair. Participants include Montana organizations like Billings Clinic, Barnard Construction, Northwest Farm Credit, Zoot Enterprises, Foundant Technologies, Turner Ranches and D.A. Davidson as well as larger employers such as the FBI, McKinstry, Fast Enterprises, Los Alamos, and Hensel Phelps.

Share Your Thoughts! – Missoula’s Growth Policy

State law requires that every 5 years, cities review their growth policy, and consider whether it still accurately reflects their community’s vision. Missoula is experiencing a variety of challenges and pressing issues. This is an opportunity to step back, and take stock of how the Growth Policy is holding up in the face of recent change and challenges.