For more than 90 percent of Montana Tech students, a college education wouldn’t be possible without the support of generous donors. Maybe that was true for you as a student, too.
If you’re better off now than you were before you graduated from Montana Tech, that says something about the quality of education you received—and the quality of life you’ve gained.
We invite you to invest in the future of Montana Tech, to provide opportunities like you received for generations of students to come.
E-mail Joe McClafferty »
Working to make a difference for the students, campus and our donors is a very enriching experience. I am proud to be a part of something bigger than myself. GO DIGGERS!!!
E-mail Michael Barth »
"I am privileged to see every day, in very real ways, how our donors and our work make a difference. That's a great feeling."
E-mail Bob Green »
"The work we do at the Montana Tech Foundation will enable current and future students to acquire the education, life lessons and skill sets that distinguish Tech graduates throughout the years. It is a privilege to participate with the Foundation in growing Montana Tech. I really enjoy 'spreading the Montana Tech gospel' as our team facilitates operations to assist our campus and our students."
E-mail Samantha Hackman »
“I am very proud to be a Montana Tech alumna, and I love that I get to give back to this campus by working with the Montana Tech Foundation."
E-mail Deanna Johnson »
"One of the best things about working at the Montana Tech Foundation is all the interesting people I get to meet while performing my job, including faculty/staff on the campus, the Foundation board, and all the wonderful people who support the campus."
Associate Director of Development
E-mail Luke Meyer »
"I enjoy working for the Montana Tech Foundation because it's gratifying to know that the money we raise is literally changing students' lives. My sincerest thanks to all of our alumni, friends, and corporations who help make it possible."
Stewardship & Database Coordinator
E-mail Lissa Nielsen »