Montana's Future at Work

Proud recipient of the 2022-2023 Montana's Future at Work Grant, funded by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation.

What Is Montana's Future at Work?

The Montana University System and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation chose select organizations throughout Montana that deliver responsive Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. These programs fulfill high-need, short-term credential areas. 
Recipients of Montana's Future at Work Grant must be public post-secondary institutions working in partnership with accredited Montana high schools. As a recipient of this grant, CyberMontana focuses on high school students interested in earning a Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) in Cybersecurity.

The Early College CTS program offers stackable credentials before or in concurrence with high school graduation. Students have the option to use their early college credits towards an AAS in IT. High school students can complete the early college CTS in Cybersecurity within 1-2 years alongside their high school credentials. 

We're proud to be recognized as a recipient of this grant alongside other inspirational accredited programs throughout this state. Learn more about Montana's Future at Work and the other recipients below. Click on each program to learn more about its offerings.



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