The Center for Integrated Manufacturing
The Center for Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) has established itself as a leader in the manufacturing sector. Enrolling more than 400 students each year, industry partners rely on the which will expand training options for Colorado’s manufacturing industry.
- The new Center for Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in Longmont
- The innovative Health Care Careers Center (HCCC) in Fort Collins that will provide Colorado with a highly qualified workforce in health care fields.
Health Care Careers Center
Last year, the college broke ground on the two-story, 61,292-square-foot Health Care Careers Center named Grays Peak. It will provide a centralized, technology-rich learning environment for the college’s state-of-the-art health and nursing programs. It will include classrooms, labs, small group learning spaces, and collaborative space to provide students with required hands-on training. With financial support from the state and in partnership with community and industry leaders, the $34.4 million dollar Grays Peak opened in Fall of 2020.
Even as the country faced so many challenges, our donors made 2019-2020 the most successful in the Foundation’s history. We were able to award the greatest number of scholarships in any single year, many to students enrolling in the college’s new bachelor’s degree in nursing. Struggling through this pandemic underscores the importance of graduating skilled healthcare workers to keep Coloradans safe and healthy.