June 19, 2015

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: […]

June 15, 2015

Get Hands-On Training in Manufacturing & Energy Technology


Students have more opportunities for hands-on training for occupations in high demand locally in the new lab space for Manufacturing and Energy Technology in new Little Bear Peak on the Larimer Campus. “The lab is much bigger,” says Ken Floyd, program director. “There’s room for all our trainers, which allow four students working at a […]

June 1, 2015

Machinist Finds Challenge, Fulfillment at Young Age

Wynnston Corona

Wynnston Corona is a high school graduate with two certificates in Precision Machining and a job as a machinist. Oh, and he’s 17 years old. How does that happen? “I’ve got a lot of determination,” he says. “In middle school I knew I wanted to graduate early. I wanted to start work as soon as […]

May 11, 2015

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 […]

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