Center ‘here to help the community’
Joins others in preserving mountain communities
This column by Cooper Mallozzi, CMC outdoor education professor, was published in the March 22 Leadville Herald Democrat. By Cooper Mallozzi The Get Outdoors Leadville! (GOL!) grant-funded programming continues to offer new and exciting opportunities for youth and families in Lake County, and Colorado Mountain College has been a proud supporter of this effort from day… Continue reading CMC Corner: LCSD Cornerstone inspires
[metaslider id=”23″]CMC Culinary Institute alumni return to create feast for 100 lucky diners By Carrie Click If you’re like most college alumni, during your reunion you probably walked around holding a little plate topped with cheese and crackers and maybe a few carrot sticks while you balanced a drink in your other hand. In a… Continue reading A 25th anniversary with taste
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The community is invited to attend the public grand opening of Morgridge Commons, the one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art meeting space built to support the collaboration and training needs of the Roaring Fork Valley, Garfield County and Western Slope. Morgridge Commons is operated by Colorado Mountain College in partnership with the Garfield County Public Library… Continue reading Grand opening of Morgridge Commons set for Feb. 12
Aspen International Mountain Foundation, Colorado Mountain College reps attend Bhutan conference
CMC, K-12 school leaders share ways to improve concurrent enrollment
Colorado Mountain College’s sustainability studies program and the U.S. Forest Service are launching an innovative two-year paid internship. The Rocky Mountain Land Management Internship, the first of its kind in the nation, enables CMC students to work part time with the Forest Service, while pursuing a degree in sustainability studies. The program is seeking applicants… Continue reading CMC/Forest Service paid internship application deadline April 30
Top-rated Wharton School professor, TED speaker to talk, sign books June 29, 6pm
Adam Grant, New York Times best-selling author, Wharton professor and internationally recognized expert on organizational management, will speak at Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards on June 29 at The Browning Event. Grant’s talk and book signing is part of the college’s Women in Philanthropy Distinguished Lecture Series.
In tandem with an appearance at the Aspen Ideas Festival, noted author Adam Grant will give a talk and sign books June 29 at Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards. Save the date to attend The Browning Event, part of the college’s Women in Philanthropy Distinguished Lecture Series.
In downtown Glenwood Springs, Cooper Commons now Morgridge Commons