Good news for high school seniors

Winona LaDuke, American environmentalist, economist and writer, will attend student workshops and give a free public presentation at CMC Vail Valley at Edwards on Feb. 21. Internationally renowned activist Winona LaDuke will visit Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards for “An Evening with Winona...

CMC's Women in Philanthropy present reception, exhibit with photojournalist Kate Lapides on Feb. 2

New partnership prepares students for healthcare careers

Photographer to present National Park Service images on Nov. 3

Graduates from Battle Mountain, Eagle Valley, Red Canyon high schools will attend Colorado Mountain College this fall By Carrie Click EDWARDS – Three local high school students might not have been able to go to college if not for a financial boost from Alpine Bank. With that help, all three are college-bound. Now...

Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs and Edwards will host information sessions for those interested in earning a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and pursuing a teaching career. The college offers a Bachelor of Arts in interdisciplinary studies: elementary education, leading to a dual licensure in...

More than 700 Eagle County high school students earned college credits this academic year at Colorado Mountain College, thanks to organizations such as the college’s Women in Philanthropy.

From May 4 through 13, students from Colorado Mountain College locations in Aspen, the lower Roaring Fork Valley, Rifle, Edwards, Steamboat Springs, Summit County and the Leadville area will celebrate their achievements at 12 graduation ceremonies. Commencements will be held at the following locations: Graduation...

Matt Rice, director of the Colorado Basin Program at the national river advocacy nonprofit American Rivers, will present “Shaping the Future of the Colorado River” at Colorado Mountain College in Edwards on April 20. Colorado Mountain College in Edwards will host American Rivers’ Matt Rice on April 20 when he presents...