IBMC College Donates to Colorado Flood Relief Efforts

Students from local career training institution selects Larimer County Flood Long Term Recovery Fund, St. Vrain Flood Relief Fund and Weld County Relief Fund to receive a grand total of $1,500 in monetary donations from IBMC College.

In light of the impact of recent flooding in Northern Colorado communities, IBMC College students were given the opportunity to vote on the Flood Relief Charity of their choice, in which IBMC College made $500 donation to a grand total of three area charities, totaling $1,500 in support in the Larimer, Boulder and Weld counties.

“IBMC College is committed to helping those in need through monetary donations, rebuilding efforts and life-changing career training. Many of our students, faculty and staff were affected by the recent floods. Our hearts go out to all of those impacted. We look forward to the opportunity to make a difference in our Colorado communities.”  Steve Steele, CEO, IBMC College

IBMC’s Colorado campuses held a Student Assembly. At the event, students were allowed to vote for their charity of choice. The following were selected:

In addition, each Campus President is currently compiling a list of students interested in doing volunteer flood relief work in the community.

Founded in 1987, IBMC College has been owned and operated by The Laub Company, Inc. since 1991 and operates campuses in Fort Collins, CO; Greeley, CO; Longmont, CO and Cheyenne, WY. IBMC College is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools to offer certificate, diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degree programs in the following career training fields: Business, Cosmetology, Computer Support, Dental, Healthcare, Legal and Massage. Programs vary by campus.

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