Colorado Mountain College Classes at Glenwood Springs
Find your classes at the Glenwood Springs or Spring Valley campuses
Improve your life and enjoy learning with new friends. If you want to tone your body, sharpen your mind, bump up your skills or simply have fun, we have a class that can help.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of credit classes (PDF).
CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($28/credit) for participating credit courses. The Learning Materials Program is a library-like lease system and students receive 100% of the required materials by the first day of the semester or within the first week, depending on when registration occurred.
Community Education Classes @ Glenwood Springs
Improve your resume, health, mind and soul with Community Education Classes.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of non-credit classes (PDF). Or browse the calendar of up-coming classes.
Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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There is nothing magical or mysterious about grantsmanship and grant writing. In fact, it is quite simple. The course will cover "universal truths" and skills required to successfully acquire grants and how best to be organized and effective in developing a grant plan or schedule with associated strategies. Sources of public, corporate, foundation and private grants will be reviewed. Related to this we will discuss the importance of developing and building relationships with potential funders and professionally administering the grants… Read more: Grantsmanship and GrantswritingFind out more »
This year you'll want Easter Brunch to be at your house! Once you've learned how to make delicious quiche, delightful hot cross buns and a variety of scrumptious scones, you'll feel confident to invite the whole family over and serve them a feast. Please bring a container or two to bring home some of your delicious creations. Deadline to enroll is Friday, March 27th . Classes: March 28 (only) Meets: Saturday; 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM Cost: $40 Register Now! Search for Easter Brunch on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Would you like more confidence when singing around friends or at gatherings? This class will help you to gain better control over your pitch and tone. Jill uses hands-on, proven techniques developed through a deep knowledge and practical professional experience coupled with her passionate desire to help heighten the love of singing. This exciting and voice-transforming workshop is open to everyone and no prior singing experience is required. Jill is an accomplished professional musician who holds degrees in both music… Read more: Intro to SingingFind out more »
A two-day classroom course for medical personnel in support of mass casualty incidents and/or combat operations. Classes held at the Carbondale Fire Department. Classes: March 31 through April 1 Meets: Tuesday, Wednesday; 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM Cost: $350 Register Now! Search for TCCC for Medical Personnel on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Get familiar with the many features available with Microsoft Word, and learn to use templates, create letters, and incorporate fun features like pictures, Word Art, Smart Art, and tables. Students may create a flyer and a brochure. Faculty: Miranda Watson Classes: March 31 (only) Meets: Tuesday; 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Cost: $65 Register Now! Search for Microsoft Word on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
For students who have previously taken the Realistic Drawing Class/Workshop with this instructor. Continue to explore the elements of perspective from observation in still-life, room interiors, and building exteriors. Light, shadow and shading will also be explored along with composition. Please bring to your first class: a recent pencil still-life that demonstrates use of scale, proportion, ellipses, foreshortening, and shows a box or book in perspective, without shading. Materials needed: 18'X24' lightweight paper (50-80 lb), 2B and 4B drawing pencils,… Read more: Realistic Drawing Level IIFind out more »
High school dance students are invited to perform in our spring show at the Glenwood Vaudeville Theater. There will be a dress rehearsal on Monday, April 27th at the theater, and performances on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28th and 29th. This 5-week Tuesday class will be used to prepare for the show. Families will need to purchase a costume for performance, approximately $30; instructor will provide details. Faculty: Laura Fautsko Bahr Classes: March 31 through April 28 Meets: Tuesday; 05:20 PM - 06:20 PM Cost: $45 Register Now! Search for Performance… Read more: Performance Prep for 9th - 12th GradersFind out more »
Are you someone who's going through the motions of a busy life? When was the last time you took a moment for yourself to reflect on the direction of your life and where it's headed? Why do you do the things you do? Learn what unconscious forces are controlling your decisions and behaviors. You'll love this workshop if you're looking for a safe, personalized space that specializes in facilitating human development and creating life progress. You will elevate your level… Read more: Life Management meets Higher IntentFind out more »
Learn to love your voice, and build confidence for choir, karaoke, shower, or stage performance. Develop your vocal technique through music in a group setting, and sample different genres, languages, and time periods. Open to students of all ages and abilities. No experience necessary. Instructor Marcia Kuhlman holds a BM and MM in Choral Music, has extensive teaching experience and is currently working the with Choirs at RFHS and CMS. This class is held at RFHS. Faculty: Marcia Kuhlman Classes: April 1 through April… Read more: Singing for EveryoneFind out more »
In this course students will learn basic Jazz technique and fundamentals. Dancers will be exposed to the style of Jazz dance, while improving their flexibility, sense of rhythm, overall coordination, and dance vocabulary. Throughout the 5 week course, students will learn short sections of Jazz choreography to practice, perfect, and have fun with! Emily is a Nutritional Therapist and outdoor adventure enthusiast and has danced professionally with Rogue Dance CO where she taught contemporary choreography jazz and ballet at studios… Read more: New Jazz Technique (For Ages 8 - 11)Find out more »
The best way to learn a language is to live experiences with others through the language! That's what this French course aims to do. Forget about book exercises, grammar, and memorizing vocabulary lists. In this class we will bring French alive with creative storytelling and games in the classroom and fun activities outside the classroom like hiking and picnicking. This is a beginner course in French designed to give participants a base of vocabulary and expressions in French, serving as… Read more: French Live!Find out more »
If the internet does not provide enough instruction or seems complicated come and join us and get hands on help with a sewing project that you want to learn to alter (includes but not limited to zippers, elastic waist, finish seams, and hems) or get help with knitting, crochet, or needlepoint. Sally Melia will share her infectious enthusiasm and years of experience to help you move forward with any project. Come and enjoy the company of others while working and… Read more: DIY Sewing - Crafts with InstructionFind out more »