Library Research Workshops
Location: Pinnacle 325 – Learning Lab
2 Workshops per day: 9-10am and 12-1pm except where noted
Students who RSVP at least 48 hours prior will be fed. Those who do not RSVP can watch us eat.
RSVP at the Library’s service desk or firstname.lastname@example.org [include the date and time that you will be attending].
Dates and topics for each workshops:
- Feb. 14th & Feb. 28th: Citing Sources w/MLA & APA
- Mar. 16th (Sunday night, 7-8p) & Mar. 28th: Virtual/Library Research
- Apr. 11th & Apr. 18th: Citing Sources w/MLA & APA Reprise
SGA has sponsored 3 days a week for CMC Students, Faculty, & Staff to swim for FREE at the Lake County Aquatic Center. Just remember to bring your CMC ID with you!!
For hours of operations for the Aquatic Center please go to http://www.lakecountyco.com/recreation/LakeCountyPool
*This program is funded by SGA with Student Activity Fees*
March is Women’s History Month
The spring 2014 Local Author Series honors local women authors in celebration of Women’s History Month
Food and beverage is provided to attendees by the CMC in Leadville Library.
- Thursday, Mar 6, 2014: 12-1pm – Carol Bellhouse
Leadville resident and prolific author Bellhouse reads from her work and engages in audience discussion.
- Monday, Mar 17, 2014: 12-1pm – Laurel McHargue
Leadville resident and author of “Miss?” reads from her work and engages in audience discussion.
Join us for a special St. Patrick’s Day Dinner
Served at the Coronado Cafe from 5:00pm-6:30pm
ALL CMC students eat for FREE – SGA will pay for any off campus students to enjoy dinner on March 17th
Faculty, Staff, & Community – Dinner is $8.55
Join us every Tuesday over lunch for a one hour seminar on how to be a more successful student at CMC. Every week will cover a different topic, and lunch is FREE for all attendees.
Schedule for Success Seminars
Feb. 4th: Time Management and Organization Skills
Feb. 11th: Note-taking and Study Skills
Feb. 18th: Test-taking and Managing Test Anxiety
Feb. 25th: Writing Research Papers
March 4th: Career and Life Planning
March 18th: 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College part 1
March 25th: 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College part 2
April 1st: Resumes and Cover Letters
April 8th: Interview Skills
The Climax gym & climbing wall will be open late on Tuesday & Thursday for student use ONLY!
Due to school breaks and special events, Late Night Gym & Wall may occasionally be canceled. Please check back regularly to see when the gym & wall will be open.
The Climbing Wall will be closed to the public on Thursday Feb. 27th and Friday Feb. 28th for the Collegiate Climbing Competition. Please plan accordingly!
The Student Government Association weekly meetings have moved locations!
SGA now meets Wed. at 4:30 in Pinnacle Lounge. All students, faculty, and staff are invited and encouraged to attend open meetings and are welcome to present proposals for funding and/or programs.
To get on the agenda for an upcoming SGA meeting please contact Brain Griffin, SGA President, at email@example.com or Christie Hofmockel, SGA Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in our BSBA Program?
Come to our program information session on Wednesday March 19th at CMC Breckenridge campus.
This session is designed for both current and prospective students. Come and join in on the dialogue, with faculty and students. Learn about the newest program developments. A light supper will be served (pizza and salad)!
Join us at the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium CMC Breckenridge for an hour long free speaker event discussing how to forecast powder in Summit County. Joel Gratz founder of Opensnow.com will speak about what makes our weather work in Summit County, when to expect good powder days and why weather forecasts around here are so hard to predict.