Members News

 Take Your Relationship To The Next Level

Curious about how to deepen your relationship with your romantic partner? Looking to navigate the challenges that love can bring? Gain new understanding and insight into your love life during a free webinar with Susan Bennett Fisher and Martin Fisher, Co-Founders of Body of 9. The Body of 9 offers a comprehensive body-based Identification system to better understand yourself and others.  Like Myer’s Briggs, the Enneagram, or other personality identification systems, Body of 9 enables you to better understand who you are and what your strengths and skills are.  Body of 9 differs in that it is body-based – it is the shape, tone, energy of your body that tells you which of the “types” you are. 
February’s free webinar events will be held on February 20 and 23. To learn more and to register, click here:

 Bozeman Business Recovery Fund

Prospera has business grants and microloans available for small businesses that are located in the city limits of Bozeman. Late last year the City and Prospera worked together to create this new fund aimed at helping business recover – for what we know would be a challenging 2021. Businesses that meet the program criteria can be eligible for grants up to $10,000 to cover lease & utility payments, or they can apply for a $30,000 microloan for working capital.

The next round of funding will open on February 24th, 2021 at 8am.

Please be ready to apply quickly as funding rounds filled within the first hour.

 2021 Virtual Girls for a Change Summit Hosted by Thrive

Thrive has switched this year to a virtual series to help keep participants safe. The plan is to offer one session that will happen on Saturdays each month from 10:00-11:00 am. The cost is $10 per girl per session and registration for each session will open up one month prior to start date of each session.

The first session is MOVEMENT on February 20th: Includes Self-Empowerment Yoga & Beginner Dance with an inspirational speaker, favorite pop songs, beginner dance moves and combos, and confidence to move freely, express yourself boldly, and conquer the world around you!

  • Registration is open to all girls in grades 7-12 and will open up one month prior to start date of each session. 
  • The cost is $10 per girl per session. Registration is non-refundable.
  • Participants under the age of 18 are required to have parent/guardian signature.
  • Thrive is unable to change workshops for participants once registration has been submitted.
  • Scholarships are available on the registration page!

GFAC Summit – Bozeman, MT

 Job Opening: Montana Women’s Business Center – Program Director

Montana Women’s Business Center – Program Director (full-time)
Prospera Business Network is the leading non-profit organization advancing and supporting community centered economic development in southwest Montana. Our focus is helping people start and grow their
business – in turn strengthening our region’s economy and communities. At Prospera, we provide confidential business counseling, professional trainings, small business loans, business development grants and timely economic research.

Job Description
The Montana Women’s Business Center (MTWBC) is a program of Prospera Business Network and is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Established in 2009, the MTWBC is one of over 140 business centers across the country. We provide the necessary tools and support to help women and others establish, grow and sustain businesses throughout Montana.

The Program Director will be part of the Prospera business development team that will design, plan and implement business technical assistance, and education and training programs–to advance the goals of the
MTWBC. The position will work in tandem with Prospera’s new Small Business Development Center Regional Director and other national Women’s Business Centers to capitalize on existing resources and
partnerships that can help clients be successful.
The Program Director is responsible for creating a powerful program that will attract business and thought leaders who can strengthen our impact locally and other communities in Montana. And who can help us provide effective business counseling, mentoring, technical assistance, and professional trainings that help women-owned and women-led businesses grow in Montana. In 2019, the MTWBC won the national honor of “Women’s Business Center of the Year” and we are looking for a candidate to continue
strengthen the program.

Get more details here

 PowerHouse Great Falls: Equal Pay in Montana -Online Event

Monday, Nov 30th @ 12:00 PM
PowerHouse Great Falls: Equal Pay in Montana
Online Event
As an organization that works to create equitable opportunities for women’s success, PowerHouse Montana cares deeply about equal pay for women. Join AshLy Tubbs from the Montana Equal Pay Task Force and the PowerHouse Great Falls team to learn more about what the work of the Equal Pay Task Force, and how YOU can work to close the gender pay gap in your own life!
FREE, registration required. For more information, click here.