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“A Virtual Events Checklist” from Eventgroove

Virtual events do bring new challenges to event planning.

Montana Housing Partners with NeighborWorks Montana to Boost Emergency Housing Assistance

“Commerce has a good, longstanding relationship with NeighborWorks Montana and we are excited this partnership will help us deliver housing assistance to more Montanans faster and more efficiently.” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice

Feds: Laramie research nonprofit lied to get $500k in SBIR grants

WRI used a “paper company,” Thermosolv, to obtain four grants that it would have otherwise been ineligible for, according to federal prosecutors. Prosecutors claimed that WRI had Thermosolv make false claims about its independence in order to win the grants.

PBS Nature releases film on western Montana’s wild MPG Ranch

“Our aim is to advance the science in the areas we study and to educate and inspire the next generation of scientists and conservationists,”

Bozeman tech company commonFont donates $500,000 to The Human Resource Development Council’s Griffin Place

“CommonFont and HRDC have been partnered up for a couple of years now. We think they’re a really strong organization and they do a lot for our community with, I would say, really limited resources,” said Abby Schlatter, CommonFont CEO.

Montana Career Opportunity – SBDC Response and Recovery Business Advisor – Headwaters RC&D

The SBDC Response and Recovery Business Advisor will join the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) team as the dedicated lead for the response and recovery of small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This position…

Montana Career Opportunity – Executive Director – Writing Coaches of Montana

The mission of the Writing Coaches of Montana non-profit organization (WCM) is to help prepare all students in the Montana public schools to become confident, competent writers by graduation. WCM supports teachers by recruiting, training,…

Montana Next Generation of Community and Economic Development Tools Report Released; Your Input and Recommendations Requested by July 27th

To help us prioritize our next steps, I am asking you to complete our brief survey at   so we can hear from you – what topics and themes interest you. 

One sad thing all Montanans share: Horrible broadband – We rank dead last — 50th in the nation — for broadband internet access.

Even in some of our largest communities, the investment in broadband infrastructure is either non-existent or so spotty that it is not even worth trying to make a call or send an email.

Montana Learning Center releases itsCOVID-19 Toolkit for Montana Summer Camps for use by other Montana nonprofits sponsoring children’s summer camps

The Toolkit has two parts: a comprehensive manual and a PDF file with graphics and tools that can be used by Montana nonprofit organizations that offer children’s summer camps to develop and document their COVID-19 risk minimization programs.