Community Partnerships

Rocky Mountain College is proud to have formal partnerships with the following agencies and programs in order to provide students opportunities to give back to the community. The Office of Community Engagement is always willing to explore partnerships that may be of mutual benefit to the agency and the College. Feel free to call 406.238.7394 to speak with the Community Engagement Coordinator to setup a meeting to discuss your agency mission and collaboration request. 


Bears and Cubs bears

Be a Big Brother/Big Sister! Mentor a Highland Elementary School student through the school year by spending two hours a week assisting with homework, being a mentor and helping with reading skills. The Bears and Cubs program works through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yellowstone County to coordinate sports event attendance, games, and special events for Bears and their Cubs to enjoy.


Discover, Connect, Take Action: Girl Scouts

Rocky Mountain College hosts a Girl Scout troop on campus as part of the memorandum of understanding RMC has signed with the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming office.

Girl Scouts

The goal of the program collaboration with Girl Scouts will be to support efforts on helping “girls gain leadership skills, learn the importance of education and discover the impact they can have on their communities and the world. By showing girls that higher education is a worthwhile and attainable goal; more girls are encouraged to pursue higher education and a more secure future outside of poverty.”

In addition to hosting the Girl Scout troop, RMC will encourage faculty and staff to present on topics such as chemistry, business, economics, computer science, art, aviation and equestrian academic programs as well as potential career opportunities in a variety of fields. RMC is proud to offer a patch in higher education to this troop. 

In the News: Girl Scouts Cross Path with 'Bears'

RMC Student Volunteer Opportunity: Become a CPV serving with the Girl Scouts!

A CPV is a college positive volunteer and is someone who volunteers on a one time basis or continuously throughout the year. CPVs for the Girl Scouts work with girls aged 5 to late teens. Events include campus and hospital tours, ice skating, outdoor activities at Pompey's Pillar and so much more! Being a CPV can get you letters of recommendation, volunteer experience with a global non profit organization, leadership development, teaching experience and more.

For more information contact Ashley Burke, AmeriCorps Leader, Girl Scouts of Montana & Wyoming; burke@mtcompact.org or 406-252-0488 ext 2024

Partner in Education education

Help elementary school kids! Rose Park Elementary School partners with RMC to strengthen curricular offerings, and is walking distance from RMC. Both Rose Park and RMC students benefit as they address mutual goals such as learning and building community. The college is a longstanding member of the Partner in Education program of the Billings Public Schools Education Foundation. 


 Special Olympics Montana (SOMT)

SOMT

SOMT is a state-wide non-profit organization that provides year-round sports training, athletic competition, and health-related programming for individuals with intellectual disabilities. SOMT changes lives through the power of sport by encouraging and empowering people with intellectual disabilities, promoting acceptance for all, and fostering communities of understanding and respect. Through core elements such as Spread the Word to End the Word, Inclusive Sports, Youth Leadership, and Full Campus Involvement we hope to build a wonderful connection between Rocky Mountain College and Special Olympics.

In the News:  Special Olympics Montana athletes playing exhibition games during RMC basketball games February 9, 2017

In the News: RMC to host annual Special Olympics Montana Respect Rally March 1, 2017

 
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