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Boulder, Montana community group wants to start childcare program – New pilot program, Childcare Connect Montana, is helping childcare facilities stay staffed

The leaders of the working group have begun the process of creating a nonprofit organization. They’re seeking a grant to hire a childcare coordinator, and Hesford has been trying to recruit people to start the process of becoming licensed providers.

MATR Launches The Montana Community Map. Would you like to be the “Keeper” of your community?

What’s great about each Montana community and what’s happening to make it a truly wonderful place to live or visit like career and real estate opportunities, housing and broadband availability, child care facilities, social activities etc.

Missoula College Announces Online, 1-Year Legal Studies Certificate

Providing an immersive experience in areas that include legal writing, terminology, the function of law, interviewing and preparing for trial, the program also exposes students to the function of law and legal ethics.

Governor Gianforte Devotes $3.9 Million to Bridge Digital Divide in Schools

Montana K-12 public school districts are eligible for similar funding through ESSER funds.

WWAMI program the best way to recruit, retain Montana physicians

WWAMI isn’t just the only game in town; it’s exceptional because it’s cultivating the physicians and community leaders of Montana’s tomorrow. Without WWAMI, the future of medicine here in the Treasure State is uncertain.

Montana teacher shortage ‘crisis’ escalates

Montana is facing a worsening teacher shortage “crisis” even as education officials worry that a key support to students — mental health care through the Comprehensive School and Community Treatment program — remains in limbo.

Help us assess market for additional child care services in the Great Falls area

This is part of our efforts to help our workforce recover from the pandemic and help employers recruit the great workers they need.

TechLink at Montana State University – What it takes to keep federal technology transfer going

The MSU TechLink Center is a part of the Montana State Universities system Montana State is a land grant university of the state of Montana and all land grant colleges have an economic development mission.

EveryoneOn Connects K-12 Families With Internet Services

The nonprofit EveryoneOn has helped more than 800,000 Americans find low-cost Internet service and digital resources, and its outreach has only become more important for K-12 students with the advent of remote education.

Montana State University receives $3.4 million dollar grant for micro-mining research

“We are dependent on the Democratic Republic of Congo for the majority of our Cobalt, Nickel, other trace elements- rare earth elements- that we need for electronics and renewable energy technologies.