The goal of Community Engagement is to promote meaningful and impactful partnerships for students, staff and faculty within the wider Billings community. We aim to achieve this by developing student-centered initiatives that foster civic pride, stewardship and sustainability.
Community Engagement works closely with a diverse range of organizations. As a result, we can match you with an engagement opportunity that suits your needs and goals. Come and be part of the community-driven social change happening at Montana State University Billings.
Without the support of our communities, no institution of higher education can thrive
Volunteer programs and services
Whether you're looking to meet like-minded people or gain work experience in the non-profit sector, we can find the right opportunity for you at Montana State University Billings. Come and check out our active volunteer programs and services.
Food insecurity initiatives
One of the core functions of Community Engagement is to address food poverty within the Montana State University Billings community. We run multiple food drives throughout the year aimed at supporting the Yellowjacket Emergency Pantry, our student-focused food service, or local community partners, such as Family Service and the Salvation Army.
Cans Around McMullen Food Drive
Give a TON Food Drive (MSUB Vs. RMC)
Student-led groups and projects
Looking to develop your own volunteer group or service project? We can help you design an original project or connect you with an existing volunteering group to help maximize the impact you can make in our community.
Jackets from Jackets
Civics and Observance
Building citizenship and social responsibility through programs focused on membership, problem solving and observance. Each program acknowledges the importance of life, liberty, freedom and prosperity.
Useful links and community engagement resources from local, state and regional partners.
MSUB Community Partners (coming soon)
Awards and Scholarships
Awards and scholarship opportunities for service to civic and community engagement
Engaged Scholars Initiative
Aimed at early years (1-5 years) faculty and professionals, the ESI provides an opportunity to develop impactful collaborative learning and leadership skills within community engagement. Deadline: 08/30/2019
Service Learning Support
Civic engagement project information for the First Year Experience (A&SC111) seminar class. Schedule your hours by Friday, September 27th, 2019 using the sign-up link provided in the document. All projects to be completed between Monday, September 30th and Friday, November 22nd, 2019.