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Hannah Rossignol Go online right now & also download this app called "WayUp"! Its an amazing opportunity to find easy, PAID internships and part/full time jobs! I was recently hired as a campus representative for this company. What I do is do a lot of planning and organizing events, and organizing marketing brand campaigns. I engage in multiple activities, from designing posters to attending parties and providing giveaways, to promoting the brand face-to-face and via social networking. As a Campus Rep I am responsible for identifying partnerships with local bars, clubs, restaurants, and shops for promotional purposes. AND getting paid for that! You will come across opportunities in seconds and it is so easy and simple to sign up. This is like an online resume and the best part is WayUp will match you with opportunities that pair perfectly with your interests and passions. So PLEASE download this app, all you need is your college email (blahblahblah@edu). Its so simple to use and the application process is very easy! *****(Keep in mind this is my job and I get paid for every app downloaded by someone I told, so plz check it out)***** you could be doing this too! When it asks "how did you hear of us" select campus rep and then type in my name :)
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Find hundreds of jobs + internships for college students here!wayup.comWayUp helps students like you find great part-time, summer, and entry-level jobs & internships.
Hailey Roberts MSU Students Contribute to Addressing Homelessness in Gallatin Valley Winter is coming. MSU’s CLS101 classes in Engaged Knowledge and Community are participating in the Warming Center’s efforts stay ahead of the cold weather, at its fifth annual “Flying Signs” Fundraiser on October 10th. The Warming Center, a part of the HRDC’s Housing First Program is the only place where men, women and families without a place to go can get out of the cold each winter. Open nightly, the center relies entirely on community support and donations to provide this critical, lifesaving service. During the “Flying Signs” events MSU students and volunteers will be located around Bozeman on Saturday, October 10th to collect donations and raise awareness about homelessness in Gallatin County. Look for signs on street corners all around our community. Donations received will go to work immediately to help with the operating cost of the shelter, which is scheduled to open its doors in November. On October 24th, MSU students are collecting critical needs supplies as donations from Wal-Mart shoppers and local businesses to support the clients at the Warming Center. MSU’s campus community can learn more and contribute to the Warming Center on October 24th at their Open House and Supply Drive with tours from 9AM-12PM. For a list of supplies that the Warming Center needs, please visit their website at Last season, the Warming Center provided a safe, warm place to spend the night to more than 200 different people, varying in age from toddlers to senior citizens. The majority of guests are from right here in the Gallatin Valley and are experiencing a period of hardship. The Warming Center staff works closely with guests to help them secure sustainable long term housing by helping with housing and employment search, building resumes, and providing one on one guidance. MSU students in CLS101 classes are learning action research about the issues of who are homeless in the Gallatin Valley and solutions to address this pressing issue; creating communications strategies to reach out to other MSU students to get involved; and ultimately, assessing their impacts and learnings as part of the CLS101 Engaged Knowledge and Community curriculum. For information about Engaged Knowledge and Community, contact Ms. Jan Strout, CLS Seminars Instructor, at To learn more about how you can help the homeless in our community, please visit HRDC’s website at or contacting Joshua Revious at (406) 585-4848.
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Montana State University Jerry Grinstein, strategic director of Madrona Venture Group and past CEO of Delta Air Lines, will present "The Importance of Ethics in Business Leadership" on Tuesday, October 6, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Jabs Hall 111. The lecture is part of our David Orser Executive Speakers Forum and is free and open to the public. In his presentation, Grinstein will be discussing how to discern if a potential employer’s values and ethics fit with your own in your search for a rewarding career. He will also be sharing many valuable business lessons and experience. #MontanaState
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Jerry Grinstein, past CEO of Delta, to be Orser Executive Speaker on Oct 6 - Jake Jabs College...montana.eduJerry Grinstein, strategic director of Madrona Venture Group and past CEO of Delta Air Lines, will present "The Importance of Ethics in Business Leadership" on Tuesday, October 6, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Jabs Hall 111 on the Montana State University campus. The lecture is part of the MSU Jake Jabs Co…
Connie Bartram wish as an alumni, I could attend. Live too far away.19 hours ago
  • Welcome to Montana State University. Enjoy a short preview slideshow of some of our favorite traditions.

  • Catapalooza is a three day festival on Centennial Mall, the main walkway through campus, to welcome new and returning students to campus.

  • The "M" - built by students in 1916 - is not only a monument of school spirit; it's also one of the area's most popular hiking destinations.

  • Bobcat Fest is a celebration of graduating seniors on Main Street each April that features a live band, free food, and other giveaways.

  • Move-In Day is when volunteers from campus and the community show up to welcome new students and help them move into the residence halls.

  • Blue & Gold Fridays are just that. Every Friday, everyone wears Blue and Gold gear to show their school pride. Go CATS!

  • Cat/Griz is one of the longest standing football rivalries in the country. Each November, the Cats go head to head with the Grizzlies of UM.

  • Undie Run is when students show their Bobcat pride by peeling down to their blue and gold bloomers to run a spirited lap around campus.

  • Gold Rush marks the first home football game of the season and Bobcat fans "fill the stadium with gold" to help kick off the season.

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