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Starting a Chapter

Alumni Chapters are a way of staying connected with your alma matra. Your local chapter provides the opportunity to socialize with your fellow graduates as well as become active in the Volunteer Alumni Network.

If you would like to organize or find a Montana Tech Alumni Association Chapter in your area please contact Peggy McCoy at alumni@mtech.edu

To organize a new chapter access the association guidelines here.

Active Alumni Chapters

Anchorage, AK

Les Kincaid - Chairperson

Bakersfield, CA

Ivan Sljivar - Chairperson

Billings, MT 

Michael Bullock - Chairperson

Butte, MT (SWAC)

Shane Sutton - Chairperson

Calgary

Amanda Chow - Chairperson

Colorado 

Chris Martina - Chairperson

Helena MT 

Volunteers needed

Gillette WY

Angie Okray - Chairperson

Idaho Falls ID 

Volunteers needed

Oklahoma City 

DJ Snyder - Chairperson

Sheridan WY

David Schwend - Chairperson

Utah

Jenny Wampler - Co-chair
Glenn Eurick - Co-chair

Alumni Events

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Alumni News

Minerals, Metals, And Materials Camp for Teachers Coming to Montana Tech this Summer
Committed to assist STEM instruction at all levels, Montana Tech and its Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering have partnered with ASM Materials Education Foundation to host a free one-week professional development workshop on minerals, metals and materials this summer. ...Read More
Highlands College Planning Spring Semester Wellness Fair
Highlands College of Montana Tech will sponsor its 2017 Wellness Fair for students, faculty and staff on Wednesday, February 15th from 10 am to 1 pm. ...Read More
Dr. John Ray has Peer Reviewed Paper Accepted for Presentation
Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has had a peer reviewed paper entitled "China's Search for Energy Security: Implications for International Politics" accepted for presentation at the Tenth Global Studies Conference to be held at the National University of Singapore-Republic of Singapore this summer. ...Read More
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