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The Human Resource Development Council of District IX, Inc. (HRDC) Head Start enrollment filling fast, offering child care scholarship to Bozeman families

The program, funded through the Head Start grant, is free education for preschool children aged 3-5 years old for qualifying families.

Kalispell Chamber Partners with Local Childcare Providers to Address Care Shortage

New programs are set to open in churches, schools and community centers across the Valley as the struggle to find adequate childcare endures

7 reasons why emotional leaders are the future

Emotional, sensitive, intuitive leaders will be vital to any organization that hopes to achieve success in the next decade.

Inner Peace — Be Cool, Calm, and Collected

If you’re yearning for peace of mind, give these 15 guideposts some serious thought:

Montana Governor’s new housing task force instructed to propose plans by mid-October

Patrick Barkey, an economist at the University of Montana and task force member, is skeptical of that timeline.

“You’re trying to solve in a month what we haven’t been able to solve for 20 years,” he says.

Montana Clean Energy Fair – 8/13 – Butte

The Montana Clean Energy Fair is a family friendly fun and educational event showcasing renewable energy and what it can do for you. Fair attractions include renewable energy workshops presented by renewable energy experts, renewable energy exhibits, an electric car show, and kid’s activities including solar car construction and race!

Corporate Good vs. Social Good: Can Investors Have Both?

In an episode of the “All Else Equal” podcast series from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Wharton’s Jules van Binsbergen and Stanford’s Jonathan Berk discuss the strategies available to the social-minded investor, and why they are not clear-cut.

Crisis advocates ask Missoula County to place services levy on November ballot

Weese said the organization’s own statistics suggest that 70% of homeless families in Missoula are headed by a single mother and domestic violence survivor.

Governor’s Housing Task Force Meeting Open to the Public – 7/20 – Helena and Zoom

The public is welcome to attend the meeting in person (space is limited) or virtually to listen to the conversation and provide input during the designated public portion of the agenda.

New interactive app takes you through Butte’s historical sites

“Part of it is about preservation and trying to preserve the historic buildings and I think the more people understand what’s here, the more interest there will be in them,” said Nancy Woodruff.