CMC Disabilities Services Coordinator Karin Mitchell, author of “Between Families.” Photo Matt Lit Silverthorne author Karin Mitchell, the disabilities services coordinator at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon, recently was named a finalist in an international award competition, for her first...

At the Sept. 2 meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees in Leadville, the board unanimously approved language on a telecommunications service question that will appear on the November ballot throughout the college’s six-county district. Several municipalities have already sought relief from a state...

Meetings Sept. 15-Nov. 4 at CMC in Glenwood Springs, Spring Valley, Breckenridge, Dillon Colorado Mountain College is holding information meetings this fall about its bachelor’s and associate degrees in nursing. The Bachelor of Science in nursing for registered nurses is also known as an “RN to BSN” program. To...

Leadership Summit seeks applicants for fall 2015 start  Leadership Summit 2016 is accepting applications for participation in its annual leadership program. Current and emerging leaders who live and/or work in Summit County are encouraged to join the ranks of more than 160 alumni and prominent leaders who have...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. Climbing challenging mountains is nothing new to adventurer and filmmaker Michael Brown. He’s successfully summited Mt. Everest five times, one of which was with blind climber Erik Weihenmayer in 2001. It was the first time a blind person had achieved the feat. As...

More than 200 educators from around Colorado came to Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge May 30 and 31 for a Google Summit, where they learned about how to incorporate Google applications and other tools in their teaching. Organizer Leslie Davison said Dillon Valley Elementary had a strong showing. Colorado...

  Summer Technology Institute students Brayden Gunias, Isaac Castillo, Theodore Preaus and Banta Sylla review photos. The week-long camp hosted 12 kids ages 11 to 14 at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. Working in teams, the kids produced digital photography, video, design, websites and e-commerce and...

Artist, disabilities activist and internationally-known Rwandan speaker Frederick Ndabaramiye spoke to a full house at CMC in Breckenridge Thursday night during a presentation of a powerful short documentary, “I am ABLE,” about his life.  After witnessing the Rwandan genocide as a young boy, Ndabaramiye was on a bus...

Inspirational Rwandan artist, cyclist, and humanitarian featured at CMC Speaker Series BRECKENRIDGE – The CMC Speaker Series partners with the Breckenridge Film Festival to bring a powerful documentary to campus June 4. Frederick Ndabaramiye, the co-founder of “I am Able”, witnessed and lived through one of the worst...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Alli Langley. Drew Mikita, 33, of Breckenridge, is a full-time psychology professor at Colorado Mountain College. The licenced professional counselor also has run his own local private practice since moving to Breckenridge in 2007, working with adolescents on...