CMC in the land of fire of ice

Colorado Mountain College student pursues degree while living in Iceland When Jessica Atkin’s husband, a 2008 graduate of Colorado Mountain College in Dillon, was accepted to a master’s program abroad last year, she didn’t let it stop her own pursuit of a college degree. The 29-year old Atkins now continues her education through CMC’s Online… Continue reading CMC in the land of fire of ice

Professional Development program adds value for Human Resource professionals

Employees are the most valuable resource in businesses.  Ensuring the efficiency of a team is the key to success and the most important responsibility of a leader. Colorado Mountain College offers a two month, ONLINE course for new, as well as experienced, supervisors and managers looking to improve their skills.  Supervisory and Leadership Certificate Program,… Continue reading Professional Development program adds value for Human Resource professionals

Guest Commentary: At-risk students deserve support

This article first ran in the Denver Post. By Laurie Marano and Debra Crawford. We know from recent news reports that close to 200,000 children in Colorado are living below the poverty line: That’s less than $20,650 for a family of four. Time and again evidence has shown that access to education and job training… Continue reading Guest Commentary: At-risk students deserve support