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 participated in the program since its inception… Continue reading County leadership program holds info meetings July 28, Aug. 6
More room in Breck to expand, but low funds to do so This article was originally printed in the Summit Daily News. By Kathyrn Corazzelli. Colorado Mountain College is expanding in Dillon with the recent purchase of the Coldwell Bank building, adjacent to the college’s existing classroom building there.The new space will hold meeting rooms,… Continue reading CMC expands in Dillon
New endowed scholarship will support Summit County students When Norma Sundin died suddenly in 2010, her father Hal wanted to do something to commemorate her life and benefit the community she had called home for more than 20 years. The result is the Norma Sundin Endowed Scholarship for CMC in Summit County. Norma Sundin, who… Continue reading CMC gift honors life of Norma Sundin
Care for young kids not just about keeping them safe, clean — education component important By Caitlin Row, Summit Daily News SUMMIT COUNTY — With the culture of child care ever changing, so are its training requirements. And Colorado Mountain College is now at the forefront of teacher education for pre-school aged children locally.
Locals learning how to help area communities and businesses Leadership Summit, Summit County’s community leadership program offered this year in partnership with Colorado Mountain College and The Keystone Center, celebrated 15 graduates from the nine-month program at a reception held at The Keystone Center in late July.