May 23, 2014
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Teens Can Explore Careers at Cool Careers Camp at FRCC Campus in Fort Collins

It’s never too early for young people to explore potential occupations and fields of study. One such opportunity comes up in August at Front Range Community College.

Cool Careers Camp is an opportunity for students age 13 to 16 to explore careers in a very-hands-on environment.

FRCC instructors will lead small-group, project-based career discovery sessions in astronomy, emergency medical services, criminal justice/CSI, interior design, automotive technology, welding technology, paralegal careers, forestry/wildlife, landscape design, computer programming, and veterinary technology.

The camp runs from 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 4 to 7, and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Larimer Campus, 4616 S. Shields St., Fort Collins. Snacks are provided each day. Campers should bring a sack lunch on Aug. 8 when the afternoon session will include tours of Fort Collins-area industries.

The cost is $159. Some scholarships may be available.

To register, call (970) 204-8686, go online to www.frontrange.edu/coolcareers, or in person or by mail to FRCC Continuing Education, 1501 Academy Court, Fort Collins, CO 80524.

Registration deadline is July 9.

Partners in Cool Careers Camp include Junior Achievement, Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County, and the Larimer County Workforce Center.


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About Front Range Community College

FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online.

FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education. CCCS serves more than 162,000 students annually. The system oversees career and academic programs in the 13 state community colleges and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and six other post-secondary institutions.

 

About the author:

John Feeley is director of public relations at Front Range Community College. He’s a somewhat-frequent bicycle commuter, a certified soccer referee, and a newspaper editor whose subscription ran out.

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