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Montana Tech Alumni Association

Mission

The mission of the Montana Tech Alumni Association is to promote the interests of the College to the alumni, community, state, nation, and world.

The Montana Tech Alumni Association is striving to:  cultivate networking/unity among the graduates of the College foster attachment to our Alma Mater; promote the interest of the College to all; aid and assist the Chancellor and the Administration; encourage, aid, assist, and represent the members of the faculty; interchange/exchange ideas and information on alumni and educational matters; and stimulate individual alumni groups.

The Montana Tech Alumni Association (MTAA) was organized in 1904 as an independent part of the institution for the purpose of promoting the interests of the institution to potential students, alumni, community, state and nation.
Christine Johnson
Christine Johnson '03
President

BS, Professional & Technical Communication

Bill Henne
Bill Henne '03
1st Vice President

BS, Environmental Engineering

Maggie Peterson
Maggie Peterson '96
2nd Vice President

BS, Computer Science/BIS

Jaclyn Giop
Jaclyn Giop '06
Secretary Treasurer

BS, Business & Information Technology

Peggy McCoy
Peggy McCoy '99
Executive Director

BS, Society & Technology

Jerri Doyle
Jerri Doyle '07
Local Governing Board

AAS, Radiologic Technology

Tami Lester
Tami Lester '98
Local Governing Board

BS, Business & Information Technology

Vacancy
Vacancy
Local Governing Board
Chris Martina
Chris Martina '07
Area Governing Board - Colorado

BS, Petroleum Engineering

Amanda Chow
Amanda Chow '10
Area Governing Board - Calgary

BS, Petroleum Engineering

Sarah Lathrop
Sarah Lathrop '02
Area Governing Board - Idaho

BS, Professional & Technical Communication

Joe Sommers
Joe Sommers
Area Governing Board

BS, Mineral Dressing; BS, Metallurgical Engineering

Zach Maassen
Zach Maassen '15
Area Governing Board - Houston

BS, Environmental Engineering

Dean Bentley
Dean Bentley '10
Immediate Past President

BS, Business & Information Technology

Alumni Events

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Alumni News

Montana Tech Announces Montana Tech Intern/Co-op Student Achievement Awards
Career Services, under the guidelines of the Cooperative Education & Internship Association (CEIA) recognizes distinguished achievement and excellence by annually highlighting students who have excelled in or made significant impact in work-integrated learning and demonstrate quality of degree-related work, initiative, professionalism, and overall impact and performance. Internship supervisors of registered Montana Tech interns were given the opportunity to nominate students based on quality of work, quantity of degree-related duties, evidence of applied knowledge, initiative, creativity, and professionalism to name a few. Nominees for the 2018 award included Madison Akers (Montana Resources), Kabri Emerson (Sundt Construction), Miles Hanson (Nucor Corporation), James Hollopeter (Montana Rockworks), Hailey Ogolin (Barrick Gold Corporation), Faisal Pervaiz (Husky Energy). Nominations were reviewed by a campus committee and due to the nature of the applications, a winner was chosen for two CEIA awards – the Internship Student Achievement Award and The Cooperative Education Student Achievement Award. James Hollopeter, a senior in Occupational Safety and Health, was chosen as the 2018 Montana Tech Internship Student Achievement Award recipient for his work at Montana Rockworks Inc. in Kalispell, MT. According to his nominator, Cyndee Carter, James continually performed above and beyond the level expected of him. She specified, “He is seen as one who supports business goals, safety, policies and procedures, and has demonstrated a willingness to dedicate time, talent and energy to improve Montana Rockworks safety and health programs.” Faisal Pervaiz, a senior in Petroleum Engineering, is the 2018 Montana Tech Cooperative Education Student Achievement Award recipient. He worked for one year on a co-op assignment with Husky energy in Canada. Faisal was nominated by his immediate supervisor, Hector Munoz, who indicated that Faisal “ranked as ‘Exceeded Expectations’ through the corporate performance review process” and “received public recognition from the District VP for his contribution to the monthly production performance review.” Hector also mentioned that Faisal was able to manage multiple projects effectively, adapted to changes readily and easily, worked with diverse groups, received exposure to various challenging situations, and developed leadership skills. James & Faisal will receive a certificate from Career Services and a Montana Tech Bookstore gift card. More information about the Montana Tech Experiential Learning programs is available at http://mtech.edu/career/ExperientialLearning/index.php and the Cooperative Education & Internship Association (CEIA) at http://www.mtech.edu/career/student-employment/seoty.php. ...Read More
Montana Tech Hosting Workers' Memorial Day 2018 Event
On Friday, April 27, 2018, Montana Tech will host the Workers' Memorial Day 2018 event which will be commemorated by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Billings Area Office and supported by the Big Sky Chapter of ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers) to remember those who have died on the job in Montana in the past 3 years. ...Read More
Montana Tech Chancellor Sponsors Concert of Gratitude
The first Chancellor's Concert with the theme "An Afternoon of Gratitude" is scheduled for Sunday, April 29th at 4:00 pm in the Library Auditorium following a reception at the Chancellor’s home at 3:00 pm. Open to Montana Tech faculty, staff and their families, the concert will feature two choirs: Montana Tech’s Copper Hill Choir and the Choral Union singing Broadway theater and popular music. ...Read More
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