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  • 8 Tips on How to be a Student Leader

    8 Tips on How to be a Student Leader by Leah Elkins, Outdoor Recreation Leadership student Being a student leader in college can be a challenging role to pursue, but when a student is passionate about leading, there’s no stopping them. Adopting the role of a college student, yearning to learn and grow, while actively […]

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  • Free Tutoring at the Learning Assistance Center

    Learning Assistance Center: Homework Help, Group Projects and Free Tutoring Colorado Mountain College Leadville is committed to student success. We offer a variety of academic resources at the Learning Assistance Center, including free tutoring, help with homework, group projects, and more. The Learning Assistance Center, located across from the Library in the Pinnacle Building, is […]

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  • Protecting Natural Resources, One Environmental Internship at a Time

    Protecting Natural Resources, One Environmental Internship at a Time Natural Resource Management Student Feature: Brittany Le Tendre Brittany Le Tendre is a Natural Resource Management student at Colorado Mountain College Leadville, and an intern for the U.S. Forest Service. Simultaneously, she is also working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies. Needless to say, […]

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  • Earning an Environmental Education

    Earning an Environmental Education: CMC Leadville & Steamboat Springs by Sarah Duprey After spending several years at Colorado Mountain College Leadville studying Outdoor Education and Environmental Studies, I’ve come to realize that college is more than going to class and getting it a degree. It is also about learning what your passions are, and finding […]

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  • 4 Things we Learned in Canyon Orientation

    4 Things we Learned in Canyon Orientation Student reflections and photos from Aspen Gau (Outdoor Recreation Leadership) on his experience with the Canyon Orientation course a.k.a “Canyon O”. Visit coloradomtn.edu to learn more about the Outdoor Recreation Leadership program at Colorado Mountain College.  We are incredibly lucky to be able to attend a college that offers […]

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  • Beyond Technical; The Human Aspect of an Outdoor Career

    Beyond Technical; The Human Aspect of an Outdoor Career Graduate Feature, Brett Menter Since graduating in 2014 with a degree in Outdoor Recreation Leadership, Brett Menter has found himself leading heli-ski trips in Alaska, guiding ice climbing trips on glaciers, coordinating outdoor activities for disabled children and more recently, instructing outdoor orientation classes at Colorado Mountain […]

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  • Faculty Feature: Jeffrey Runyon

    Faculty Feature: Jeffrey Runyon, English Department By Anna Sophia Wolner, Associate of Arts student I rarely encounter individuals as fervently passionate about education as Jeffrey Runyon, the Associate Professor of English and Literature at Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville campus. Throughout my education, I have fluctuated between confidence and dismay at my skills in English class. However, […]