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CMC asks business community to complete labor needs survey

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The Colorado Mountain College School of Business is asking business owners and nonprofit leaders and managers located in the college’s 12,000-square-mile district and service area to complete an online survey aimed at gathering information about the region’s labor market and other needs.

“The survey will help build CMC/business partnerships and generate data regarding business needs,” a news release states. “The survey could eventually lead to internship possibilities for CMC students to work with local companies, organizations and small businesses, creating learning opportunities by applying what students are studying to work-based environments.” 

The CMC School of Business Needs Survey can be found at coloradomtn.edu/labormarket and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete, the release states.



CMC plans to utilize data drawn from the survey as the focal point for two events this fall.

The first State of the Labor Market 2022 Summit at the CMC School of Business is scheduled at Morgridge Commons in Glenwood Springs on Nov. 7, followed by a second summit at the CMC Leadville campus on Nov. 9. Both events are slated to run from 8-11 a.m., and the business community is welcome and encouraged to attend, the release states.



To register for the free November summits, visit coloradomtn.edu/labormarket.

For more information, visit coloradomtn.edu/labormarket, contact Dr. Norma Guzman Duran at nguzmanduran@coloradomtn.edu, 970-947-8341 or schoolofbusiness@coloradomtn.edu.


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