IBMC Students to be Honored at the Denver Post/CACCS Student of the Year Ceremony
Top scholars from Colorado’s private sector career colleges will come together to be recognized for their achievements in the classroom at the Denver Post Auditorium at 9am on September 18th.
Northern Colorado (August 26, 2015): The Colorado Association of Career Colleges and Schools announced today that four IBMC College students will be honored at the upcoming Denver Post/Colorado Association of Career Colleges & Schools (CACCS) 2015 Student of the Year Ceremony.
This event honors scholars from private career training colleges throughout the state. Private career colleges play a major role in the state’s business and economy, with just over 30,000 students attending private occupational schools in Colorado alone.
Of the 16 total award recipients students, the following are from IBMC College:
Allied Health Specialist – Administrative Medical “Meritorious Recognition Award”
James Thayer, IBMC College Fort Collins campus
Allied Health Specialist Clinical – “Meritorious Recognition Award”
Shawnee Locke, IBMC College Greeley campus
Cosmetology – “Meritorious Recognition Award”
Wendy Blake, IBMC College Greeley campus
Specialized Trades – “Student of the Year Award”
Matthew Breedlove – IBMC College Greeley campus
Students are judged by a Review Committee on these three traits: commitment, leadership and professionalism. The students are nominated by faculty members at their respective college, who complete a questionnaire and one to two letters of recommendation.
The ceremony will take place at the Denver Post Auditorium, 101 West Colfax Avenue in Denver, on September 18th. The event begins at 9am. It is open to the public, and a complimentary continental breakfast will be served to all attendees.
For information on the Colorado Association of Colleges and Schools (CACCS), go to http://www.coloradoprivateschoolassociation.com.
The Colorado Association of Career Colleges and Schools (CACCS) protects and promotes the interests of Colorado’s career colleges and the more than 30,000 students they serve each year. CACCS fosters high educational standards, sound policies and ethical business practices in the private trade, technical, and business school field.
IBMC College Information:
Nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools, IBMC College delivers life-changing career training. Founded in 1987, this Colorado company has been owned and operated by The Laub Company, Inc. since 1991 and operates campuses in Colorado Springs, CO; Fort Collins, CO; Greeley, CO; Longmont, CO and Cheyenne, WY.
IBMC College’s Media Contact:
Holli McElwee Marketing Manager