Steamboat briefs: Small business startup workshop to be held Wednesday
A small business startup workshop will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m.Wednesday in Room 127 of the Colorado Mountain College Alpine Campus’ Academic Center. As part of the “First Steps Seminar” offered by the CMC Entrepreneurship Center and SCORE, the workshop is free and will help participants analyze potential for a new business and assess their strengths and weaknesses as a business owner. Call Randy Rudasics, manager of the CMC Small Business Resource Center, at 970-870-4491 for more information.
Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. to host hiring clinics
The Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. guest service department is looking for Ambassadors, both volunteer and seasonally paid, and Steamboat Mountain Masters guides for the 2015-16 winter season. Hiring clinics will be held March 13 and 14. Please visit the Information Center at the resort for more information and to sign up.
Those interested in a seasonal paid position should go to the human resources department located on the third floor of the lower gondola building.
CMC restaurant, culinary programs offer abroad study
Colorado Mountain College’s restaurant and culinary management and resort management programs are extending an opportunity to study in Volterra, a historic hilltop town in the Tuscany region of Italy during the summer.
An informational session to discuss the trip will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. today in Room 308 at CMC’s Academic Center.
Two classes — wines and spirits and Italian cuisine — will be offered during the trip. Call Jess Guarnero at 970-870-4518 for more information.
Beauprez gets named to Steamboat Institute board
Bob Beauprez has joined The Steamboat Institute’s board of directors. He is a Colorado native, buffalo rancher, author, former dairyman and member of Congress.
“Benjamin Franklin, the eldest delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention, presciently captured both the gift and the challenge awaiting every generation of Americans when he said we had been given ‘A Republic, if you can keep it,’” Beauprez said in a news release. “It is an honor to be associated with an organization dedicated to that worthy purpose — saving this Republic.”
In addition to serving as a U.S. Congressman, Beauprez founded a public policy e-magazine, “A Line of Sight,” and is the author of the book, “A Return to Values: a Conservative Look at His Party.”
“We are honored to add Bob Beauprez to our Steamboat Institute team,” Steamboat Institute Chairman and CEO Jennifer Schubert-Akin said in a news release.
“His broad range of experience and his commitment to the principles that make America great are critically important as we continue to expand the reach and influence of the Steamboat Institute at the local, regional and national level.”
The Steamboat Institute’s mission is to educate the public on the founding principles of the United States and to inspire people to be actively involved in their implementation.
The Steamboat orchestra seeks housing for visitors
The Steamboat Symphony Orchestra is looking for housing for visiting musicians for the Brahms, Bernstein and Broadway concert in March. Musicians arrive in Steamboat on March 5 and depart on March 9.
The concerts are March 8 and 9 at the Strings Music Pavilion.
Anyone who has a private room, a condo or a house to offer should contact the Steamboat Springs Arts Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-879-9008.
Cleaning fees will be reimbursed.
Steamboat Springs woman named to RIT dean’s list
Mc Kenzie Worden of Steamboat Springs, a fifth-year student in the industrial engineering program in Rochester Institute of Technology’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering, made the dean’s list for the fall 2014-15 semester. Students are eligible for dean’s list if their GPA is 3.4 or greater.
Alpine Bank Scholarship open to high school seniors
Graduating high school seniors can now apply online for the J. Robert Young annually renewable scholarships. The J. Robert Young scholarship is offered to graduates of public high schools in locations served by Alpine Bank.
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need to a student with a GPA of 2.75 or higher who is seeking a business-related degree. Students must attend a Colorado college, and two $1,000 renewable scholarships are awarded each year. The online application must be completed by March 15.
The J. Robert Young scholarship was established in 2008 by Alpine Bank employees and an executive committee to honor bank chairman, J. Robert (Bob) Young, on the bank’s 35th anniversary.
Students meeting the criteria of the scholarship may complete an application online at http://www.wc-cf.org.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — After almost four years of providing service to the community as a standalone, full-service emergency department, Steamboat Emergency Center will end its operations April 30.