Take a Class in Mental Health First Aid at Copper Mountain College

Copper Mountain College’s very own Catherine Inscore, Library Specialist and Commissioner 3rd District, San Bernardino Behavior Health, has acquired her certificate, as an instructor, in Mental Health First Aid. With a generous grant from Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Copper Mountain College Foundation was able to send Inscore to a week-long instructor training course to become certified. […]

Scholarships: Tips and Advice

Each spring Copper Mountain College offers returning students the opportunity to apply for scholarships valued over $50,000. Applying for scholarships can seem stressful, however receiving a scholarship is very rewarding and can supply a student with funds that can cover book costs, payments for classes, and supplies. During the spring semester each year (Mid to […]

Full-ride Scholarship at Copper Mountain College

Geanne Weaver is a Greenleaf success story. Chosen as the 2008 Greenleaf Scholar, Geanne’s tuition, fees, and living expenses were all paid from the Greenleaf Education Fund, which is administered by the Copper Mountain College Foundation. The Greenleaf Scholarship allowed her to pursue an education without the worry of finances. The F. Roy Greenleaf, Jr. […]

You are invited to the Howl 2019 Kick-off event

Copper Mountain College Foundation proudly announces the 2019 Howl Kickoff. The event takes place Thursday, November 15th, from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Copper Mountain College outdoor Amphitheater, which is behind Bruce’s Place. There will be free cookies, poetry readings, and an open mic. Howl, Copper Mountain College’s literary magazine, is now accepting […]