Colorado Mountain College’s Women in Philanthropy helping all students

By Ross Leonhart

EDWARDS — More than 700 Eagle County high school students earned college credits this academic year at Colorado Mountain College, thanks to organizations such as the college’s Women in Philanthropy.And in May, 13 students graduated two weeks before their high school graduation with associates degrees, accumulating 60 college credit hours. “The innovation that’s going on here, it’s powerful,” said Carrie Morgridge, vice president of the Morgridge Family Foundation and guest speaker at the June 27 Women in Philanthropy luncheon at the campus in Edwards.Women in Philanthropy members pay an annual fee and vote on how the pooled funds are spent …

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