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Manufacturing CAN Rock

Paul Harter

There are 5,900 manufacturing companies in Colorado, according to the state Office of Economic Development and International Trade. These companies employ 120,000 people and account for $16.3 billion in economic output. As employees retire or move on, where will new workers come from? This question is answered by two goals of the Northern Colorado Manufacturing

Runyon Appointed Vice President of FRCC-Larimer Campus

FRCC-Jean Runyon

Dr. Jean Runyon is the new vice president of the Larimer Campus of Front Range Community College. She joins FRCC from Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland, where she was associate vice president for learning advancement and the Virtual Campus and interim dean of the college’s School of Business and Law. She succeeds Bruce Walthers,

Columbine Employees Complete Practical Nursing Program at Work

Nurse in service

Fourteen nursing assistants working for Columbine Health Systems have received nursing pins for completing a two-year Practical Nursing program – a collaboration between Front Range Community College and Columbine. The upgrade in their skills will allow the employees to provide more advanced health-care services and offer opportunities to be promoted by their employer. The students:

Foundation Director Shares Passion for Education

Ryan McCoy

Ryan McCoy, the new executive director of the Front Range Community College Foundation, is passionate about education. As a teacher in the college classroom, he sees how education enriches the lives of students. Through his experience with the Foundation, he understands the challenges students face and overcome as they fight for an education and a

Documentary: Veterans with PTSD Returning to College


Front Range Community College students are finishing production on a documentary about veterans meeting the challenges of returning to college and dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD). This is the second year that students in the FRCC digital media program are creating a documentary about veterans. Last year’s effort – “Women Warriors: A Vision

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