Colorado Mountain College in Leadville is hosting a free conference for regional middle and high school students and their families preparing for college and future careers. The Next Generation College Day on Saturday, March 7, will be held at the college’s Leadville campus and is open to students in grades 6-12 from Chaffee, Lake, Summit and Eagle counties. Participating students will receive a free T-shirt, and lunch is provided.
During the day, counselors and representatives from a variety of Colorado colleges and local organizations, including CMC alumnus William Mundo who now attends the University of Colorado – Denver School of Medicine, will provide information about high school and college success, college preparation, financial aid and scholarships, and more.
The event, showcasing not only CMC but also other Colorado colleges, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Climax Molybdenum Leadership Center at CMC in Leadville, 901 S. Highway 24. Spanish translation will be provided. Students can register for the conference through their school counselors or contact Jan Krueger at Colorado Mountain College at 719-486-4266, email@example.com.