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Montana couple shares behind the scenes of their book “Most Trouts Don’t Read” and “Marmot Babies”

His stories are warm, funny, and full of great advice to improve your skills and better enjoy your time on the water. His comments on gear, guides, and other aspects of the sport are based on decades of practical experience.”

World Language Initiative – Making language and culture education available for all Montanans -How a second language can boost the brain

WLI – MT strives to create accessible pathways to multi-language learning and heightened global awareness. Through making language & culture education available, Montanans will have improved access and desire to celebrate diversity in their communities.

Please Help Support the Missoula Strikers FC 2007 Boys Soccer Team As They Represent Montana at National Tournament 

To attend the U.S. Presidents Cup National Tournament, the team must raise $18,000. They are in the midst of a significant fundraising effort with limited time to secure funding, with a deadline of July 3, 2024.

How language shapes the way we think – “Human minds have invented not one cognitive universe, but 7,000.”

“The beauty of linguistic diversity is that it reveals to us just how ingenious and how flexible the human mind is,” Boroditsky says.

Without improved child care options, Wyoming faces bleak economic future

The Legislature deserves credit for some recent fixes, but more can be done to create a system that encourages young families to remain here.

The Mansfield Center – Open Your Home, Expand Your World – Become a Homestay or Cultural Host

Each year the Mansfield Center welcomes 450 international participants from across the globe to Montana. As we prepare for our summer and fall seasons, we’re inviting new homestay hosts and cultural hosts to join our community.

Accelerate Montana – Welcome Back to Our Monthly Newsletter

In this edition of our newsletter, learn about Accelerate Montana’s upcoming drone school, the new Job Site Ready blog, and more! Stay connected and reach out if you would like more information on any of our programs. 

SpectrUM hosts Summer of Science events for Montana’s future leaders

In its 10th year, the spectrUM Summer of Science program is free to all participants and funded by the Jane S. Heman Foundation, located in the Bitterroot Valley. It has expanded its offerings and locations, adding hands-on learning opportunities in a variety of communities.

10 negative body language signals to avoid in your next meeting  

When you consciously choose how to show up, it transforms meetings from mere discussions into powerful platforms for connection.

Wanted: Montana ( and other states) host families for international students

Students from throughout the world come to the United States every year to not only study in our schools but to gain a better understanding of our American culture. And without the help of gracious host moms and dads, their education wouldn’t be possible.