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City Club Missoula – Montana Supreme Court candidates talk judicial independence, partisan attacks, individual rights

Jerry Lynch, former federal magistrate, and Judge Katherine Bidegaray both participated.

Montana Dept. of Commerce Regional Meetings in Libby and Glasgow in Person and Online 7/24 and 8/1

The Montana Departments of Commerce and Public Health and Human Services are developing the State’s 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development and Fair Housing Equity Plan.

Prospera Pulse Networking Events

Monthly Member Meetups are Prospera’s signature networking event, bringing our members together for light fare, drinks, and meaningful business connections.

Biz to Biz – Strong Communities, Stronger Businesses

Join our vibrant community of entrepreneurs and gain access to powerful connections, expert guidance, warm leads, and a supportive network dedicated to helping your business thrive.

Global Gauntlet – A Trivia Competition of Global Proportions – 9/27- Missoula

This MWAC “signature” fundraiser is a team trivia competition like no other. Modeled after our Academic WorldQuest competition, teams of community supporters vie to test their knowledge on global events. Funds raised from this evening event support the Council’s ongoing efforts to increase global awareness and understanding in Montana’s classrooms and communities and especially supports our Global Education Initiatives.

Welcome to the Montana World Affairs Council

MATR is proud to help support and promote the Montana World Affairs Council and it’s goal of fostering global understanding and awareness in Montana’s communities and classrooms.

International Careers Week 2/5-7 – Montana World Affairs Council – Online

Join the Montana World Affairs Council as we cover a range of different international careers opportunities. Our distinguished guest speakers will discuss with students how they got into their career path, what the career daily life entails, and more! Students will have plenty of time to ask any questions. Programs will be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube. All grade levels are encouraged to participate and are free to join!

Tell Us Something is helping Yellowstone Park Employees tell their stories this weekend 7/13-14 – Open Hearts Open Trails

So, this upcoming weekend, I’m heading to Yellowstone to produce Open Hearts Open Trails. It’s a little scaled down from what we’re used to because we had to pull it together pretty quickly, and I am excited about being back in the Park. I’ll keep you posted next month.

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Call for Storytellers on the theme: “Never Again” – Tell Us Something – Deadline August 9

It’s that time again when you have your opportunity to share your story with the Missoula community. Storytellers are paid for sharing their stories and receive story coaching from Tell Us Something staff. Got a story to share? We want to hear it!

Mansfield Dialogues – Security Technologist Bruce Schneier Reimagining Democracy in the Age of AI – 7/18 – Bozeman and Zoom

AI is altering the work of democracy across the globe. Many of these changes could make democracies more responsive to the will of the people and involve citizens more deeply in governance, but only if we prioritize the creation of secure and trusted AI systems. Join internationally renowned security technologist Bruce Schneier for an exploration of these topics.