CMC’s Culinary Dinner goes virtual April 21

Center, Chef Kevin Clarke, CMC professor and director of culinary education, and culinary students Anne Blackwell and Andy Luu, have needed to pivot during COVID-19. That means this year’s culinary dinner is going virtual on April 21 with an online cooking class. Photo by Stephanie Stocking

Cook alongside Chef Clarke virtually from your own kitchen

Riding the rails

Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge student and Leadville resident Sean Fay pedals one of his RailRiders bikes. The bikes are used in France and Portugal, and some parts of the U.S. RailRiders produces some of the only wheels that conform to railroad track specifications.

CMC business student Sean Fay hopes to inspire new trend in human-powered transport

CANCELED: CMC culinary students preparing annual dinner

Student chefs from the CMC Culinary Institute, like these from last year, are preparing to delight diners at a fundraising dinner on March 26, 2020. Shown left to right are CMC culinary apprentices Jeff Plamer (second year) and Sylvaking Addo (third year), with alumnus Christian Andersen. Photo Charles Engelbert

Popular ‘Haute Cuisine’ fundraiser at Keystone Ranch

Scholars from the mountains

From left, Colorado Mountain College mentor Sharon Koblinsky and 2018 bachelor's degree graduate Flor Cruz Valdez share a laugh after the commencement ceremony for CMC Breckenridge and Dillon. Pairing community leaders with students is part of the college's Mountain Scholars program. Photo Charles Engelbert

CMC collaboration is helping to create successful Summit County college graduates

Population, environment expert to speak at CMC Breckenridge

Hannah Evans of Washington D.C.’s Population Connection will present "Population Dynamics and Human Rights" at Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge at 6 p.m. on Nov. 14. The presentation will be approximately 45 minutes long, with about a half hour for questions and discussion. CMC sustainability students will present their capstone projects starting at 4:30 p.m., prior to the lecture.

“Population Dynamics and Human Rights” presented Nov. 14 as part of Fall Sustainability Gathering

1000 Words: Fill out a FAFSA form, win a pair of CMC skis

Who knew you could win a pair of skis during biology class? Hannah Bussy, a Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge student, center, got a big surprise when Dave Askeland, CMC vice president and campus dean for Breckenridge and Dillon, left, and financial aid specialist Stephanie Beste arrived at the end of class on April 4. They surprised Bussy with a handcrafted pair of skis made by CMC Steamboat Springs ski and snowboard business students. Bussy won the skis in a drawing after she attended a workshop and filled out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. FAFSA workshops, held at CMC campuses throughout the year, assist students in applying for funds for college. Photo Carrie Click