Aims Community College receives $15,000 from Bonanza CreekSubmitted on: 02-26-2013
Aims Community has received $15,000 from Bonanza Creek. The gift will be directed to name an oil and gas classroom within the new Fort Lupton facility on the Aims campus, scheduled to open for classes in fall 2014.
“We are excited about our collaboration with Bonanza Creek,” said Dr. Marsi Liddell, president of Aims Community College. “Their leadership gift illustrates an investment in our community and endorsement of students who choose Aims.”
Denver-based Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc. is an exploration and production company with operations focused in the Wattenberg Field in Weld County.
“Bonanza Creek looks to partner with educational institutions that are training the next generation of energy professionals,” said Kerry McCowen, Bonanza Creek’s Vice President of Rocky Mountain Operations. “We are committed to Weld County and look forward to continuing our association with Aims Community College.”
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