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Colorado mountain college
There are older threads on this but I would like some current info.
I am currently a junior in highschool and CMC has really caught my eye. Instead of taking a gap year as I had planned, why not spend two years learning about ski-resort management or something along those lines, working, and skiing? I just want to get the hell out of the Midwest.
Not neccesarily good for a career but I have heard that it's a good experience. I took a trip to Steamboat last year, the skiing was amazing, and the CMC campus looked nice.
I would appreciate some info on the different campuses and whether or not you would recommend the school. Thanks in advance.
Girlfriend? Why yes, I have two. I give them a relaxing hot wax every week and pamper them with fancy bindings. I think I'll mount them tomorrow.
I'm in the exact same boat you are in. I've been looking at Colorado Boulder. They have more degrees and seems like a bigger and better college.
In Tom we trust.
I got a half finished SAO "ski area operations" degree from CMC Leadville It is mad cheep to go there and my buddy who got one works for dopelmeyer now in the summer building lifts.
If you don't really care and just want to ski a bunch and have your parents pay for it CMC is the way to go. I lived in the boat for 3 years and it is mad chill.
you can also just move to a resort town get a job for a little more then minimum wage and buy a pass and just be poor and ski every day.. that is what I did after high school recommend just smoke mad weed and get fucked up and ski and like in a shit hole apt or employee houseing and shit.
my bro did it in breck and loved it! 2 years there then transferred to csu. i really wanted to do the same but i got the rep as the "smart kid" in the family so my dad wants me to have bigger plans
I CAN MAKE MILK
"goggle strap over helmet... such a turn off" -KimJong-Illest
Overall I'd say it's a solid school. I personally have only attended the Leadville and Edwards campus for fire science and emt. The professors have been nothing but wonderful, also most classes are mad small, which seems to be helpful for myself at least.
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