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City Club Missoula Hosts The State of Missoula – Despite pandemic, community on verge of ‘renaissance’

The annual event, hosted by City Club Missoula, hinged on questions around the pandemic, its impacts and how Missoula will emerge in the coming months.

This 15-minute video game promises to fix your hiring problems – Mark Cuban-Backed Startup Scoutible Wants to Solve Your Hiring Problem

Scoutible founder Angela Antony says her gaming platform can help companies throw out traditional hiring practices to find the best candidates.

Minneapolis Federal Reserve

Tell the Minneapolis Fed: Current conditions at your organization

We are partnering with state and local chambers of commerce, economic development associations, and other business groups in each state to collect your feedback.

Why universal childcare is the crucial infrastructure the economy needs

The U.S. lags behind many other countries in both paid leave and accessible childcare, and it’s costing women and hurting the economy.

Counties Need Good Recreation Economy Data to Secure Necessary Funding

Better quality data could mean more funding for recreation counties.

Eventgroove – Everything You Need to Know About All-In-One Fundraising Campaigns

Big news! Eventgroove is getting even more powerful. Starting April 15th, you can run multiple types of fundraisers at once on the same page.  We’re calling them All-In-One fundraising campaigns

Can the Power of Storytelling Unify a Divided America? Tell Us Something

And what do Star Wars, Dolly Parton, and Jackbox Games have to do with it? Listen to the latest episode of our new podcast, Everywhere Radio, to find out.

Nonprofit MAPS (Media Arts in the Public Schools) provides professional media arts education for Montana students

The goal of MAPS is to empower Montana’s next generation through professional media arts instruction. This is done through mentors in education who provide professional courses in design, film, music and technology. The courses are held online and in-person and are free for any student in 8th through 12th grade.

When Wall Street Controls the Housing Market

A debate about the effect of the increasing footprint of large, institutional investors in the housing market is further fragmenting the politics of development in the United States.

Subject April 2021 Newsletter: Vaccinations, Cheddarboard and the return of the podcast

The only side effect that I experienced after getting my vaccination shot was one of euphoria. This past year has been hard for all of us.