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.
U.S. Department of Labor grant helping to upgrade national apprenticeships Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute in Summit County has been selected as one of only four culinary programs in the country to participate in a U.S. Department of Labor grant-funded study aiming to modernize the national apprenticeship system.
State Sen. Dan Gibbs hopes bill will be signed into law in Summit County By Caitlin Row, Summit Daily News Colorado Mountain College is just steps away from being allowed to offer bachelor’s degrees to mountain-community students. The state House of Representatives OK’d state Sen. Dan Gibbs’ CMC bill on second reading Thursday. A third… Continue reading CMC bill heads back to House for final OK
Do you dream of Spain on your summer break while speaking Spanish at a restaurant on the garden plaza in Salamanca? Imagine yourself in Ireland taking an international business or literature class at the Irish American University in the heart of Dublin?
Nine current Olympians have ties to Colorado Mountain College By Suzie Romig Although U.S. snowboarding team member Zack Black may travel across the world to compete, that doesn’t mean the 19-year-old missed out on starting college.
Manwaring, Yantz named faculty of year for CMC Summit Campus By Suzie Romig BRECKENRIDGE – Even with multiple degrees from American and French colleges and a master’s degree in mathematics, Associate Professor Bénédicte Manwaring is not afraid to say she struggles in her work.
Campus records a 45 percent enrollment increase for fall semester
College curriculum provides comprehensive training for many area rescuers
Mayor notes CMC facility ‘will serve the region beautifully’