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University of Montana Western’s Experience One unique in higher education

The Dillon school made a big change that has paid off

Montana State University $50K Venture Competition – 4/16 – Bozeman

This competition is open to all MSU students (undergraduate and graduate), MSU faculty and staff, and recent MSU alumni (10 years or less).

$50,000 John Ruffatto Business Startup Challenge for All Montana University Students – 3/27 – Missoula

Occurring every spring, the Business Startup Challenge is open to all students attending a college or university in Montana.

The Montana University System MUS 2-Year Commission to Explore Connections Between Education and Workforce – 1/27 – Helena

The meeting will focus on partnerships between 2-year campuses and industry and on ways of helping Montana students identify career pathways and postsecondary educational options.

$1.1M child care center for 200 set for vacant Missoula school building

The Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce, Missoula Early Learning Center, Missoula County Public Schools and other partners announced Wednesday that the facility will open in late 2020.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation – “Building Bridges Creating Strong Partnerships for Early Childhood Education”

What do businesses and parents have in common?

They both benefit from affordable, high-quality child care.

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester last week announced a $1.5 million grant for Child Start, Inc., a Missoula-area Head Start program that works to enrich the education of low-income children.

“In order to be successful, our kids need access to a quality education,” U.S. Sen. Jon Tester

FVCC offers hands-on experience for Kalispell high school students

Hundreds of students from Glacier High School and Flathead High School learned about the importance of careers in the trade industry on Thursday.

Montana State seeks STEM role models, sponsors for Expanding Your Horizons conference

Montana State University Academic Technology and Outreach is seeking female professionals to volunteer and deliver presentations or serve as role models for junior high-aged girls interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

Creating change: Missoula’s Holly Truitt teaching design lab at Stanford

“We would be delighted to bring the Stanford d. experience to the Montana University System and Tribal College institutions, if interested,” she said. “We are always looking for partners to co-create with.”