Events Calendar for the Roaring Fork Campus
Meets the standards for recertification of a Wilderness First Responder certification. Topics to be included are CPR, patient assessment, trauma, medical, and environmental emergencies. This course is required to maintain a current Wilderness First Responder certification, which must be recertified every three years.
Certifications are sponsored by Desert Mountain Medicine (WRF) and the American Heart Association (Professional Rescuer CPR). The supplemental course charge includes textbook, expendable materials, and certification fees. The Saturday and Sunday meetings will take place in the classroom and outdoors. The supplemental course charge is nonrefundable. Minimum age 18.
Faculty: Matthew J. Barrett
Meets: F, S,SU • May 29, 2015 – May 31, 2015
Refund Date: May 27, 2015
Credit Hours: 1.0
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Learn about the Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education
Meet with a Colorado Mountain College advisor and financial aid specialist. Get your questions answered regarding:
- CMC’s new Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education (BAIS)
- How to Apply
- Transferring credits
- How to pay for your degree
Parents and children make a great team when they work together to learn and expand discovery skills. In this class they will make a model rocket that is capable of flying to an altitude of 300 feet. The cost of the rocket will be be less than four dollars. The course will discuss the principles of model rockets: how the different parts work together; transformation of energy; air flow; friction; the function of the nose cone; the rocket body; the fins; and of course the rocket engine. Concepts from basic math and geometry will be discussed and applied. Participants will learn to prepare a rocket for launch and the safety precautions needed. Each participant will launch their own rocket at the end of the course. For third graders and above. Parent or guardian registers,child-student is tuition-free.
Faculty: George G. Austin-Martin
Meets: M, W • June 8, 2015 – June 17, 2015
Refund Date: June 5, 2015
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Session II: Parents and Children Exploring Science Together
Parents and children make a great team when they work together to learn and expand discovery skills. In this class they will explore the principles of radio waves, frequency, conductors, insulators, antenna and ionosphere while constructing their own working radio. For third graders and above. Parent or guardian registers, child-student, tuition-free.
Faculty: George G. Austin-Martin
Meets: M, W • June 22, 2015 – July 1, 2015
Refund Date: June 19, 2015
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Add to your summer experience and explore family roots. There is a wealth of information available when you know how to look for it. This course covers research and organization using legal, land, federal, state and local records to gather family information.
Faculty: Willa M. Kane
Meets: S • June 13, 2015 – June 27, 2015
Refund Date: June 11, 2015
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This series is for those interested in deepening their relationship with themselves, each other, and their family through creative engagement with food-related activities. The classes will offer an opportunity for discovering and mapping the wisdom of your ancestors through the lens of food, as well as a deeper examination of how their attitudes and beliefs have influenced you today. This will include an exploration of family traditions and rituals to discard, cultivate, or create anew. As a result of this series, you will have a clearer understanding about how to perpetuate your lineage through conscious action and spirit. The final class, a recipe exchange and ancestral potluck, will be held off-campus in Carbondale.
Faculty: Darrell A. MacAulay
Meets: T • June 30, 2015 – July 28, 2015
Refund Date: June 26, 2015
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