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Zero to Five Montana – June 2024 Newsletter

Not only are we celebrating five years as an organization in 2024, but Zero to Five Montana is happy to announce our official status as a standalone 501(c)(3) organization.

The Mansfield Center – Open Your Home, Expand Your World – Become a Homestay or Cultural Host

Each year the Mansfield Center welcomes 450 international participants from across the globe to Montana. As we prepare for our summer and fall seasons, we’re inviting new homestay hosts and cultural hosts to join our community.

SpectrUM hosts Summer of Science events for Montana’s future leaders

In its 10th year, the spectrUM Summer of Science program is free to all participants and funded by the Jane S. Heman Foundation, located in the Bitterroot Valley. It has expanded its offerings and locations, adding hands-on learning opportunities in a variety of communities.

Wanted: Montana ( and other states) host families for international students

Students from throughout the world come to the United States every year to not only study in our schools but to gain a better understanding of our American culture. And without the help of gracious host moms and dads, their education wouldn’t be possible.

Clark Fork Prep – Test Your Talent for Trivia Night – 6/26 – Imagine Nation Brewing

While you have fun racking your brain for local facts, figures, and memories, Imagine Nation will be donating $1 of every pint purchased to CFP. And there will even be prizes—imagine that!

Spectrum UM Discovery Area at Missoula’s Library – Explore the Fun

Missoula’s hands-on science center dedicated to igniting passion for discovery through science.

Clark Fork Prep is looking for 3-5,000 square foot building in Missoula

Planning to serve high school students from throughout the Missoula Valley, Clark Fork Prep is intent on finding a centrally located building. We need 3,000-5,000 square feet, and the space needs to be single story or have fire suppression on upper floors.

Solutions begin in places like Ekalaka, Montana

I want to believe that the relationship that started in that tiny bedroom in Ekalaka, Montana, and trickled down into the two oldest sons, is still the kind of relationship people want to cultivate in Montana, and in America. 

UM Bio Station Awarded $9.5 Million for Ocean Climate Change Science

Led by Matthew Church, a FLBS aquatic microbial ecology professor, the SUBSEA research team will receive $9.5 million over the next five years to help refine details of ocean carbon cycling and ecosystem resilience. FLBS stream ecology Professor Bob Hall also will assist with the project.

Montana’s Headwaters Hub

The Headwaters Hub will capitalize on the region’s existing commitment to market-driven innovation—and status as home to dozens of photonics companies—to overcome barriers to the advancement and broad adoption of autonomous technologies in critical use areas that are vital to the United States’ economic and national security.