Information sessions July 15-Aug. 7 at CMC in Breckenridge, Glenwood Springs, Edwards As of Aug. 25 – the first day of Colorado Mountain College’s fall semester – the college will offer bachelor’s degrees in nursing, for registered nurses. The new Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, also known as the RN to...

How do you plan to spend your summer?! Students in CMC Leadville’s Natural Resource Management Summer Internship program study bighorn sheep, restore streams, and study wetlands in Colorado’s beautiful backcountry. Pretty sweet.

The final for Colorado Mountain College Ski Area Operations degree students may just be one of the hippest exams in the country. Instead of multiple choice questions and final term papers, students get to design terrain park features and market a festive ski and snowboard event. The result? CMC Leadville’s 10th Annual...

CMC adjunct Nick Harris researches ground-breaking energy technology This article was published in the March 2, 2014 Aspen Daily News. By Nelson Harvey. Nick Harris, an assistant instructor and biofuels researcher at CMC in Rifle, rotates a test tube of bacteria inside an anaerobic chamber at the school’s lab....

Colorado Mountain College received some nice press as one of the state’s “tastiest cooking schools” in the current issue of Colorado Homes and Lifestyles magazine. Read on for the full article – and for a sweet recipe from the talented chefs at CMC’s Culinary Institute in Breckenridge. Colorado’s cooking schools...

This column ran in the 12/9/13 Post Independent. By Chris Jackson Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics share a passion for helping people and many have chosen their career because they want to help save lives. As a paramedic, I have personally had the incredible experience of successfully reviving a...

Proposed program would help meet local need for teachers   Lorena Trejo, a teacher at Graham Mesa Elementary in Rifle, earned an associate degree from CMC, then transferred to the University of Northern Colorado to earn her bachelor’s degree in education. A proposed new bachelor’s degree at Colorado Mountain...

Work experience at college’s Culinary Institute helped to secure job Aaron Cousineau, a 2012 graduate of the Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute in Edwards, is now working as a line cook at Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Like many aspiring chefs, Aaron Cousineau grew up watching...

Chelsilyn Ball earned an outdoor degree at CMC, then put it to use teaching paddling, climbing and leadership skills to youth and orphans in Nepal. Our latest Leadville video short shares her inspiring story. Thanks to our video editor, Brent Neumeier!

Sizzle magazine’s Winter 2013 issue sports a feature highlighting the benefits of working as a chef in resort towns. Colorado Mountain College’s Culinary Institute/Apprenticeship program and graduate chef Steve Nguyen are included. Click  for full article at Sizzle’s site, or read below! Resorts Appeal to Outdoor...