FREE Event – Nonprofit Cafe: How to Use MSU Resources, 3/24/2017

The MSU Office of Student Engagement (OSE) is committed to fostering strong, reciprocal relationships with area community-based organizations. If you are interested in learning more about ways to partner with Montana State University please plan on attending this MSU Connection Seminar.

How to Use MSU’s Resources
with Laurynn Olson, MSU Office of Student Engagement,
Erin McCormick, Allen Yarnell Center for Student SuccessHub,
and Eryn Hoellein, MSU Office of Financial Aid Services

March 24, 2017
8:30a.m – 9:45a.m.

The Weaver Room (upstairs)
at the Emerson Center
111 S. Grand Avenue, Bozeman

It’s free!

>> Click here to register


Join the conversation and learn about Catapalooza, the Fall and Spring Involvement Fairs, Service Saturdays, Hire A Bobcat, Volunteer Reserves, Community Work-Study program, and how to post your volunteer opportunities on the OSE website.


Laurynn Olson is the Communications and Event Specialist for the MSU Office of Student Engagement at Montana State University. She has worked for the Division of Student Success for 2 years, where she has experience branding and advertising campus events and services to MSU students. In her time at MSU she has coordinated Catapalooza, Can the Griz, Service Saturdays, the fall and spring Involvement Fairs and the Day of Student Recognition.

Erin McCormick has been at MSU since 2004, serving in various positions before joining the team in Career & Internship Services in 2008.  She has a B.S. in Psychology from Montana State University and her Master’s of Education in Student Affairs, also from MSU. In her current role, Erin is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Career, Internship & Student Employment Services office and oversees the ChampChange program within the Allen Yarnell Center for Student Success.

Eryn Hoellein graduated in 2010 with a MEd in Guidance and Counseling from University of Maryland University College – Asia Division.  Eryn is a Financial Aid Specialist I – Work Study and is in charge of coordinating the work study processes between students and employers.  She also helps parents and students navigate through the sometimes complicated world of Federal Financial Aid.


Call Bridget Wilkinson at 406.587.6262.