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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.

University of Montana to Host Annual Student Employment Fair – 9/5

The fair is open to all organizations or departments on- and off-campus that need college students for part-time positions during the academic year. The event is free for UM students.

Student Employment Fair – 9/10 – Bozeman

Hire students who are looking for part-time jobs and internships!

University of Montana Computer Science Career Fair – 10/17 – Missoula

The career fair for high tech full-time, part-time, and internship positions.

Kalispell Luncheon – Flathead High School Additions – 8/20 – Kalispell, Montana

Luncheon attendees will eat lunch provided by Panera in the new gymnasium and hear remarks from Mark Flatau, Superintendent of Kalispell Public Schools along with representatives from Morrison-Maierle and LPW, the projects engineers and architects respectively.

Montana State University awarded federal funds for statewide tech ‘gap’ grants

The three-year funding will support three complementary efforts to see high-tech companies grow and create jobs in communities across the state, said Daniel Juliano, head of MSU’s Technology Transfer Office, who applied for the grant.

MBA Startup Projects Wanted

Seeking “startup” projects for Fall MBA class

Montana schools need support to continue developing strong future employees – The State with the Best Education Wins!

I will hire a Montana kid any day over someone from out of state because of the quality of young people in our communities.

Montana State University engineering students help state design transportation infrastructure

“It’s very real-world,” said Hannah Joki, a Helena native who started by working in the Design Unit during the summer after her sophomore year. “A lot of internships aren’t this hands-on.”

State Department grant brings workforce experts to University of Montana

Led by Theresa Floyd at the UM College of Business, the 18 scholars are traveling around western Montana, participating in panels and visiting area employers like LumenAd, Blackfoot Communications, S&K Technologies, and Wilson Logistics.


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