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    2015 Greenleaf Scholar and Finalists

    Kamaljot Singh, winner of the 2015 Greenleaf scholarship is a senior at Twentynine Palms High School and is no stranger to Copper Mountain College because he has taken classes here since the beginning of his freshman year in high school.  He says “I always believed the power of life and future is in my hands” and he certainly is on his way to proving that philosophy.


    Sixteen students happily received their first year at Copper Mountain College “on us.” Christopher Bachman, Jacob Bell, Jubilee Bosch, Colby Compton, Kylie Howell, Nicholas Lee, Laura Marie Linton, Mason Marshall, Kathleen Moore, Nhu Huynh, Michael Quinlan, Celeste Reyes, Elizabeth Schmelling, Vanessa Valle, Sophie Wargo, and Derian Williams will receive tuition, books and fees for their first year at Copper Mountain College.

    This pilot program is part of a larger effort by Copper Mountain College to increase both student retention and success by helping to ease the burden of college expenses.


    Plan for the Future


    Nearly 2,000 students attend Copper Mountain College annually and the Foundation, through your generosity, ensures their college experience is not only informative but enriching. There are many opportunities to give and one will carry on your legacy for many years.  A bequest is a gift that continues to help our students without costing you anything today.  Your estate planner or attorney can help you create a bequest through your will.  And while there are many options for bequests, only you can decide which one is right for your situation.  However, we would like to offer you some basic bequest language to start the dialogue.

    I hereby give, devise and bequeath (dollar amount) to Copper Mountain College Foundation, a California nonprofit public benefit organization, Federal Tax ID #95-3778234 to be used for Copper Mountain College Foundation’s general use and purpose.

    Friends like you have challenged Copper Mountain College Foundation to think big, create, innovate, care for and reach an increasing number of students and we are appreciative of you and your commitment to our work.

    Some people think that the future will take care of itself. Many wait until it’s too late to plan for the unexpected.  Thinking about the future now is important to ensure your intentions are followed.  Copper Mountain College Foundation is proud to join with you to provide excellent opportunities for our children to achieve every one of their educational goals.

    Calendar of Events

    September 11
    Scholarship Tea ~ Bell Center Foyer at 2:00 p.m.

    September 28
    Foundation Board Meeting - Community Room, Bell Center at 5:30 p.m.

    October 2
    Opening Night Addam's family at Theatre 29 to benefit the Foundation.

    October 10
    Foundation Fall Dinner

    October 26
    Foundation Board Meeting - Community Room, Bell Center at 5:30 p.m.

    November 22
    6th Annual Festival of Wreaths

    November 23
    Foundation Board Meeting - Community Room, Bell Center at 5:30 p.m.

    December 14
    Foundation Board Meeting - Community Room, Bell Center at 5:30 p.m.

    December 14
    Presidents' Circle Holiday Party - Front Foyer, Bell Center from 6 to 8 p.m.