More than a hundred Front Range Community College students and staff in the first two weeks of the fall semester have joined a statewide movement to improve their health. The program is called Weigh and Win, a free Kaiser Permanente program that encourages healthy choices in activities and eating. Participants sign up for free at
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Scott Schreiner started working as a landscaper after graduating from Brush High School in 1996. College wasn’t in his plans. In 1999, he moved into manufacturing, but then the tech sector took a dive. Scott moved from one manufacturing job to another, sometimes as a temporary contractor, and sometimes being included in company-wide layoffs. College
After 25 years in northern Colorado as a graphic artist, copywriter, and greeting card designer, Cydney Springer put down the computer mouse and took up an artist’s paintbrush. With two years of study under other artists and a lifetime of interest in painting, she set out to capture the beauty and awe of Colorado landscapes.
The Center for Adult Learning in Loveland has moved to the Loveland Community Life Center Building, 1511 E. 11th St. The center offers instruction to adults who want to obtain a high school equivalency diploma (GED), improve reading, writing, or math, and/or learn English as a second language (ESL). The center also has college-preparation classes.
The Larimer Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provided more than 1,300 hours of free confidential consulting for clients in the first half of 2014, a 62 percent increase over first half 2013 and a reflection of the dynamic small-business environment locally. “We’ve done a lot of work over the past year to reach out to
New degree concentrations in Wildlife Technology and Forestry Technology in the Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources Program at Front Range Community College align the program with accrediting agencies. The Wildlife Technology concentration was developed in response to FRCC’s recent attainment of a one-year conditional accreditation by the North American Wildlife Technology Association (NAWTA). The concentration
Tizita Tadesse’s journey starts in Ethiopia, where she was born. Her family – her parents and two older siblings – moved to a refugee camp in Kenya. Then the family moved to Sioux Falls, S.D., thanks to the sponsorship of the First Presbyterian Church. After Kenya, South Dakota All this in Tizita’s first two years
Josh Heuerman, welding technology faculty at Front Range Community College, has been selected to attend the American Welding Society (AWS) Instructors Institute in Miami, Fla. He is one of 22 welding instructors in the country to be selected, with travel and lodging expenses provided by AWS. At the institute, Heuerman will have an opportunity to