Aaron Kyle, owner and operator of Aaron’s Air Service in Twentynine Palms, got a strong start in business by attending Copper Mountain College (CMC).
Copper Mountain College Foundation is proud to announce Beayahn Carrllo of Twentynine Palms as the 2016 Greenleaf Scholarship winner.
Copper Mountain College Transfer Center in coordination with Stepping in the Right Direction, is giving an opportunity of a lifetime to ten students, an all-expense paid trip to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). The college campus tours include: Clark Atlanta University, Grambling State University, Jackson State University, Morehouse College, Paul Quinn College, Southern University, Shreveport, Spelman College & Tuskegee University.
F. Roy Greenleaf, Jr. built his legacy at our community college by leaving his entire estate to Copper Mountain College Foundation. Each spring since 2002, the CMC Foundation chooses a student to receive a scholarship that pays all tuition fees, books, and living expenses for an associate degree at Copper Mountain College and then a bachelor’s degree at a California state university. The intent of the scholarship is for the recipient to return to the Morongo Basin to live and work after completing their education. Additional criteria includes a solid academic background, involvement in extra-curricular school and community activities and a strong determination to succeed.