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Want to Be Involved in EYH?

We need ADULT and MSU STUDENTS to fill the following roles in EYH!


Present a workshop and share your expertise and enthusiasm.

We seek MSU faculty and grad students, as well as community members working in STEM fields. For a paper application, contact Nicole Soll at nicole.soll1@montana.edu or 406-994-6633.

Apply to Be a Presenter

Group Leaders

Be a group leader and share the excitement of the participants throughout the day. Open only to FEMALE MSU students. For a paper application, contact Nicole Soll at nicole.soll1@montana.edu or 406-994-6633.

Apply to Be a Group Leader

Financial Sponsors

Become a financial sponsor and help shape the future of women in STEM.

Contact Nicole Soll at nicole.soll1@montana.edu or 406-994-6633.

Informal Coaches

Spread the word. Encourage middle school girls to attend.

What is EYH?

EYH is a national program that encourages young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Our ultimate goal is to motivate girls to become innovative and creative thinkers ready to meet 21st Century challenges.

Each year, 250 girls in grades 6-8 come to the MSU campus from throughout Montana to meet positive role models and explore career options. We hope you will join us.

What Does EYH Do?

  • Increases young women's awareness of college and career opportunities in mathematics, science, technology and engineering through interesting hands-on experiences.
  • Provides young women with the opportunity to meet and interact with positive role models who are active in math, science, engineering, technology and related careers.
  • Helps you give something back. Through EYH, many MSU faculty, students and community members reach out to the larger community.
  • Allows young women to spend the day with female undergraduate students and discuss common interests and accomplishments.
  • Is an inspiring experience with old and new friends.

Many volunteers return year after year, because EYH offer such a positive and rewarding opportunity to interact with young women. Additionally, many faculty report on EYH in their annual service and outreach activities.

Past Expanding Your Horizons Sponsors/Partners

MSU Office of Research and Economic Development
CHS Inc.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Zoot Enterprises
MSU College of Engineering
Washington Corporations
Madison Engineering
Morrison Maierle
First Interstate Bank
AAUW (American Association of University Women)

For donating supplies, we thank:

MSU College of Engineering
MSU Department of Education