Steamboat briefs: Education Fund looks to fill board, commission spots
Steamboat Springs — The Steamboat Springs Education Fund has vacancies on both the Fund Board and Grand Commission for the coming year.
Those interested in applying are asked to visit steamboat
educationfund.org to submit an application or for more information.
Sponsors sought for 28th annual YES Golf Tournament
Young Professionals Network and the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association are seeking sponsors for the 28th annual Youth Education Scholarship Golf Tournament, set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 1 at Rollingstone Golf Course.
The funds are awarded in two categories, consisting of Routt County high school graduating seniors and past recipients of the scholarship still enrolled. To date, more than $203,000 in funding has been distributed.
To increase the value of sponsorships, YPN and the Chamber will host a Chamber Mixer, which is open to the public, at Rollingstone Ranch following the tournament.
Sponsorship levels include green sponsor for $250, silver sponsor for $450 and gold sponsor for $600.
For a sponsorship application, visit files.ctctcdn.com/97853608001/4f4c6e22-ac22-4d8e-9bba-326acad1790a.pdf.
For more information, contact Reed Jones at email@example.com or 970-875-7004.
LDM Global sponsors Junior Achievement program
LDM Global, a computer forensics consultancy headquartered in Steamboat Springs, is sponsoring the Junior Achievement program in Steamboat, according to a news release.
Junior Achievement helps young people reach their potential through partnering with role models who inspire them to envision a successful future, the news release stated, and LDM Global hopes to foster this connection through funding and employee engagement to help bring JA programs to more than 750 students in the Steamboat Springs School District this year.
In addition, LDM Global CEO and President Chris O’Reilly will present during the Journey Ahead workshop, a two-hour program for 140 eighth-grade boys from five area middle schools, Tuesday at Colorado Mountain College. The sessions will focus on two JA programs: “It’s My Future” and “Career Success.”
“LDM Global focuses on building a great culture and team in its Steamboat Springs office and around the world,” Gremminger said in the news release. “We think it’s important to support and mentor our community’s students in the same way that we focus on developing our employees’ skills through trainings and leadership opportunities.”
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