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Montana’s ‘Girls Go CyberStart’ program begins second year

Girls Go CyberStart is a national competition.

New MAPS media lab at Holter Museum offers kids free filmmaking, graphic design classes

The quality of what MAPS students are producing is commanding national attention.

Montana’s teacher shortage starting to affect bigger districts

“A city of our size, we couldn’t fill two positions? I’ve not seen this before,” said Billings superintendent Greg Upham, a longtime Montana educator.

Montana State University seeks to train dentists for rural Montana

80% of Montana’s dentists practice in 9 counties.

President Bodnar touts University of Montana’s workforce training partnerships at Dreamforce 2019 in San Francisco

They also touted their partnership in creating over 60 new trailblazing jobs in Montana in less than a year. 

Fears about worker shootings prompt new business tactics

While heavy security has become common at airports and stadiums to deter terrorism, extreme measures have been out of the ordinary at most companies eager to maintain a comfortable work environment and a welcoming atmosphere.

Analysis: Rural Development Through Collaboration and Leadership

People and relationships may be some of the biggest assets of small cities and rural areas.

The Increasing Demand for Hybrid, ‘T-Shaped’ Workers

Business schools have been emphasizing the importance of critical thinking and creative problem-solving that we generally associate with the liberal arts. 

The Most Unexpected Workplace Trend Coming in 2020: the Return of the Liberal Arts Major

“Liberal arts majors will become more valuable to companies moving forward.”

7 Tips For Building Millennials Into Next-Gen Leaders

Each of us must us must use our wisdom and life experiences to show millennials, as our next-gen leaders, that they also have enormous wealth to share that goes far beyond monetary value.