Workforce Development

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Inspiring Montana’s Emerging Workforce – Kalispell Mini Maker Faire – 2/28-29

“The challenge is always finding opportunities for educators and students to learn what’s going on in the community manufacturing wise, especially with advanced manufacturing and technology.”

City Club Missoula Luncheon – State of Our Schools: 21st Century Learning – 3/9 – Missoula

Join us for an engrossing look at education today, and a glimpse inside the classroom.

Great Falls leads Montana in decreasing the gender pay gap

Number one in Montana and number 88 in the entire country – that’s where Great Falls ranked in a recent study of decreases in gender pay gap over the last decade.

A Coding School Tuition Model Spreads to 4-Year Colleges

Income share agreements first gained popularity with tech bootcamps.

Workforce Shortage Continues in Flathead County

As the economy grows, the labor market remains tight

States Move to Require the FAFSA for High School Graduation

If the FAFSA were a requirement for graduation, presumably, more students would complete the form, learn of aid availability and matriculate on to postsecondary education.

Kalispell-based Code Girls United Announces Major Financial Gifts, Sets Annual App Building Competition

Kalispell-based nonprofit will host regional Northwest Regional App Challenge May 2-3 at Flathead Valley Community College

Livingston Community Bakery To Provide Job Training, Bread For Pantries, Locals

The non-profit organization aims to provide people in need with fresh, healthy food and opportunities in culinary education and economic development.

California High School to Teach Autonomous Vehicle Repair

“Autonomous vehicles are on the very cutting edge of the automotive industry. Very soon technicians and mechanics who have experience in autonomous technologies will be in high demand.”

Hard-Hitting Nature Valley Ad Shows The Terrifying Side Of Kids Addicted To Technology

Nature Valley Canada recently sat down three generations of families and asked them one simple question, “What did you like to do for fun as a kid?” Take a moment to see how they responded, then grab your kids and go rediscover the joy of nature.