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

Support CMC directly through CMC Foundation, not at your door

SUMMIT AND EAGLE COUNTIES – Colorado Mountain College has heard from community members in both Summit and Eagle counties who have been approached by door-to-door sales representatives who may be implying they are fundraising for the CMC study abroad program, for veterans, or for both. “Just so that there are no misunderstandings going forward, we… Continue reading Support CMC directly through CMC Foundation, not at your door

Colorado Mountain College’s cross-country team running on clouds – literally

The newly sanctioned Colorado Mountain College cross-country running team, in blue, is On’s first collegiate partnership. The team is based at the 12-location college’s Leadville campus, at 10,200 feet the highest-altitude college campus in the country. CMC’s cross-country running team includes, from left, Jack Setser, Caleb Neel, Chris Rohlf (behind Neel) and Connor McDermott. Not pictured: Tyrone Chavez and Jason Macaluso. Photo Phil Dunn

Collegiate running team partners with On performance shoes

A delicious invitation to support culinary scholarships

Student chefs from the Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute in Breckenridge, like these from last year, are preparing to delight diners with the expertise they’ve gained at CMC. “A Celebration of Haute Cuisine” on Feb. 12, 2019, at Keystone Ranch supports scholarships for the program and is a much-anticipated six-course tradition held each winter. Photo Charles Engelbert

CMC Culinary Institute hosts annual ‘Celebration of Haute Cuisine’ dinner