Copper College 2018 

May 7 - 10

The ACC is heading to the Mile High City...DENVER!

Join us at the Four Seasons Denver for Copper College 2018!

 Member Registration: $950 ($900 for additional registrants from the same company)

Non-Member Registration: $1,250
COPPER COLLEGE 2018 SCHEDULE

 

REGISTER TO ATTEND

 

WHO IS ATTENDING?

Why should you come to Copper College?  

Come for the Education!

With a schedule of stellar presentations, you'll want to catch them all. NEW THIS YEAR - Copper 101 and Copper 201 will be held at different times, rather than concurrently, allowing registrants to attend both programs. Copper 101 is our signature education program offered only at Copper College every other year and is designed to walk attendees through the life of copper from ground to market. Copper 201 addresses topics currently relevant in the copper industry. 

Come for the Networking! 

The American Copper Council offers receptions, meals, outings and open free time to network with customers and prospects. With everyone under one roof, you're bound to see who you're looking for. 

Come for the Golf! 

Golfers will enjoy gorgeous Rocky Mountain views at The Ranch Country Club for a tournament on Monday, May 7. This tournament is all about fun and all skill levels are welcome for this scramble format tournament. Please note that golf is early on Monday morning, so if you're planning to golf, plan to arrive on Sunday. 

Come for the Mine Tour!

Colorado School of Mines' experimental mine facility was named for the Edgar mineral vein that runs alongside it. In it's heyday, the Edgar Mine produced high grade silver, gold and copper in the 1870's. Now it serves as an underground classroom for mining students.   

 Come to Experience Denver, the Mile High City! 

With 300 days of sunshine, a walkable downtown, thriving arts and culture, an award-winning culinary scene and the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, Denver offers a blend of urban sophistication and outdoor adventure. Make plans to experience the city! Need some ideas  of what to do? Have a peek at what The New York Times suggests:

 
 

 

See You There!