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MEDA September News…and reminders Register now for the the fall conference, in Lewistown

We are almost at 100 registered to attend the fall conference, in Lewistown. 

Montana Governor’s office seeks 7th-12th graders to help hungry children

The council will consist of seventh-12th grade students from across the state who are committed to ending childhood hunger in their communities, according to a press release from the office.

Missoulian editorial – Higher education forecast looks promising in Montana

It’s encouraging to look back at the recent progress that’s been made and to see that our colleges and universities are taking steady steps in the right direction.

What Makes People Charismatic, and How You Can Be, Too

Simple tips to break through your social anxieties and make real, genuine connections with others.

States Can Foster Job Growth if Lifelong Learning is at Play

I was with Montana Gov. Steve Bullock when he released the newest National Governors Association report, “Governor’s Action Guide to Achieving Good Jobs for All Americans,” at the opening session of NGA’s summer meeting.

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program Inviting High School Juniors to Participate

The program consists of a cohort of eight girls entering their junior year of high-school, eight female mentors and a team of professional facilitators.

Today’s TED Talk – How craving attention makes you less creative

In a refreshingly honest talk, he explores how the attention-driven model of big tech companies impacts our creativity — and shares a more powerful feeling than getting attention: paying attention.

Turn Strangers Into Friends With 8 Great Questions

Who knows, instead of simply adding a connection, you may actually make a new friend.

Group of top CEOs says maximizing shareholder profits no longer can be the primary goal of corporations

The new statement comes as the gap between the compensation growth of corporate executives and American workers has grown at staggering rates.

Students have an uphill battle to degrees, but Montana educators push for success

“Montana has to find a way to subsidize higher education. I think it’s a public health issue.”