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Media Arts in the Public Schools Launches Christmas Gift Store

A MAPS Mom (Toba Winston) donated some rare, vintage, costume jewelry and our new ENTREPRENEUR class created and launched our Xmas gift store to sell it. And of course, all proceeds help MAPS to remain free-of-charge.

MAPS Media Institute introducing Montana youth to business at an early age through its ENTREPRENEUR class for students 12 – 17 years old

Now our Montana kids have the ability to conceive and create a business and gain valuable experience that can translate into effective, self-started businesses later in life.

LAST DAY TO VOTE – PLEASE -Corvallis and MAPS is one of 100 finalists for a $100,000 grant (Nationwide competition) and they’d appreciate your vote

We are seeking out support to promote the voting campaign that lasts only one week (Monday 9th -Friday 13th).

Corvallis High School national finalist in safe driving contest – Please vote

Voters can vote five times, once each day this week. If you are interested check out

Montana’s MAPS Media Institute is Great!

It really is.

Please Vote – Corvallis High is the ONLY Montana high school selected as a finalist in State Farm’s national "Celebrate My Drive 2N2" competition.

please visit to learn more…voting begins Monday, 11/9, and only lasts one week…

MAPS to return as in-school offering in Corvallis

"We are excited at the opportunity to provide Corvallis students in high school and middle school with this motivating and effective program that had its beginning in Corvallis in 2004," Johnson said.

DUI Taskforce and MAPS Media Institute collaborate on PSA about over-serving alcohol

MAPS CEO Peter Rosten said his team "pulled out all stops" for the DUI task force’s public service announcement.

Greater Montana Foundation doubles grant for MAPS Media Institute

"The Greater Montana Foundation Board of Directors appreciates the overall program, including MAPS addition of the new entrepreneur class, which will help students create their own businesses, along with the new summer session. We applaud the two Awards of Excellence from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Northwest (NATAS, NW), for students’ work. We hope the additional funding from GMF will support their continuing and future growth." GMF executive director Sidney Armstrong

MAPS program wins more awards for student films

"The MAPS program with Peter Rosten is excellent," said NATASNW executive director Diane Bevins from Seattle on Wednesday. "I marvel at what he has done to help students over the years to just grow – it is incredible and there should be more of him around. I work with a lot of people in the television and film industry and some people just have the heart for students."