Events Calendar for the Roaring Fork Campus
August – September 2014
Colorado Mountain College at Spring Valley is holding a Job Fair Thursday, August 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Representatives from the following businesses will be on campus to interview prospective seasonal and permanent employees:
- Aspen Ski Company
- The Little Nell Hotel
- Glenwood Workforce Center
- Hotel Colorado
- Sunlight Mountain Resort
Bring your up-to-date resume and any other relevant materials. The Job Fair is open to CMC students as well as the entire community. The Job Fair is occurring at the same time as our Student Club Fair – look for the Job Fair outside at the east end of the Student Services Building. For more information, please call 970-947-8273.
As an added bonus, Sunlight Mountain Resort will be offering full-season passes to CMC students with a valid photo ID for a discounted price of $250 (normally $315). Stop by their booth at the Job Fair and don’t miss out on this bargain.
Exploring Food Part I: Sensory and Psychological Explorations of Food. For those interested in deepening their relationship with themselves, each other and the earth, through creative engagement with food-related activities. The course provides participants with a chance to heighten their own sensory awareness of food and the wisdom of the body. In discussions and activities, the course will examine the deep role food plays as a metaphor in our lives. (Sign up for both workshops in the series – Syn. 86179 – for a discounted price of $106).
Meets: TH • September 4, 2014 – September 25, 2014
Refund Date: September 2, 2014
Use Syn #86180 to Search and Register for your class.
We must return to eating simple and healthy fresh foods which can bring our society into a new relationship with food. The importance of the nourishment of the people and the stewardship of the land is crucial to sustain our future. With the flourishing farmer’s markets offered in the Roaring Fork Valley, residents can learn how to preserve the produce to eat year-round. Using the hot-water and pressure canning methods, students will learn how to preserve fruit and vegetables, chutneys, salsas, jams. The variety of fruits and vegetables used will be determined by the harvest. The only thing to bring is a paring knife and apron. Students will take home a hearty sample of the creations made in class. Lunch will be served from the products of the day.
Faculty: Janet A. Lightfoot
Meets: S • September 6, 2014 – September 6, 2014
Refund Date: September 4, 2014
Use Syn #85346 to Search and Register for your class.
Join Us at the Town Hall Tour at CMC Spring Valley
Meet with CMC President Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser and other college leaders. Together we can elevate the vitality of our beautiful Rocky Mountain region! We’re looking forward to hearing your great ideas!
- Community at 11:30am-12:30pm Room TBD
- Faculty/Staff 10:00-11:30am Room TBD
Colorado Mountain College
Spring Valley Campus
3000 County Road 114
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