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State of the Montana Nonprofit Sector Tour – 2/29 – Missoula

Liz Moore will be discussing the current state of Montana’s nonprofit sector and looking ahead at what to expect in the coming year. We’ll also be presenting findings from our 2023 member survey.

‘It Just Happens Here:’ In a Perfect Storm of Risk Factors, Montanans Grapple with Barriers to Mental Health Care

According to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, around half of the 47,000 Montana adults who needed, but didn’t receive, mental health care in 2020 weren’t able to access it because of costs.

Career-building resource for low-income people in jeopardy with recent changes at state level

“I knew the trade-off—but me and my four children left my ex-husband for safety, and I knew what the trade-off would be, which is poverty,” says Rep. Mary Caferro.

Great Falls Development Alliance Career Opportunities in Great Falls, Montana

    Loan Officer Are you a problem solver that is driven to look for solutions to obstacles with creative and innovative ideas? Do you have the ability to help entrepreneurs navigate their loan request,…

Spring Enrollment Figures Highlight University of Montana’s Continued Growth

UM reports 10,349 students enrolled in classes this spring, a 2.4% increase over the spring 2023 semester. More students are enrolled at UM for spring semester than any year since 2019.

Here’s What Y Combinator Wants From Startups This Year

The incubator just published a wish list of sectors where it will invest –good news if you’re in climate tech and med tech.

The Eureka, Montana Robotics Team Headed to World Championships for Second Time

They beat 24 other Montana teams in the robot games competition at the State Championships in Bozeman securing their spot in Houston in April.

Missoula schools move forward with massive budget cuts – Helena school board discusses budget, facility recommendations

The budget shortfall could affect as many as 100 positions in the district.

Anaconda, Montana turns the page on its environmental disaster

From 1884 to 1981, copper ore processed in Anaconda helped electrify the nation, and made coins, car radiators, air conditioning systems and other machines.

Blue & Gold News from Montana State University President Cruzado

Today I’m delighted to share fantastic news about your university: Spring enrollment at Montana State set a new all-time record, with 16,110 students attending classes at the state’s largest university.