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...

This story ran in the Summit Daily News. By Alli Langley. Djibril Diol, left, 24, and Alioune Ndour, 25, met not long after moving to Silverthorne from the West African country of Senegal in 2012. The two became friends and recently earned their associate of science degrees in physics from Colorado Mountain...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Elise Reuter. Whitney Smith judges Colorado Mountain College culinary students’ meals during Wednesday’s Crockpot Challenge. Crockpots filled with steaming food lined the Summit County Community and Senior Center, as 11 Colorado Mountain College culinary students...

Kevin Clarke, Director of Culinary Education at CMC Breckenridge, will be featured in a “Hittin’ The Road” segment on Rocky Mountain PBS Sunday, March 22. Kevin Clarke, director of the Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute, will take the spotlight this Sunday, March 22, when the PBS television series “Hittin’...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Phil Lindeman. Brooke Potter (center) after taking gold in women’s ski slopestyle at the 2015 Winter World University Games in Granada, Spain, on Feb. 9. The gold was Potter’s first major international win at her first major international event, even though she...

A beloved Summit County literary tradition is less than a month away, so it’s time for local poets to prepare for Colorado Mountain College’s eighth annual Poetry Slam on March 26. The slam gives local poets a venue to present their works (either memorized or read) to fellow poetry aficionados. The rules are...