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September 24, 2014

What’s it like to be an American Sign Language Interpreter?

Young man signing to woman

Rewarding. Ever-changing. Challenging. Fun. If you have a natural ability to understand a visual language, excellent English skills and vocabulary, and a passion for serving others, working as a sign language interpreter might be a great career for you. Interpreter Career Paths A career as a sign language interpreter offers the opportunity to work with […]

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March 7, 2014

Student Success: From Teen Mother to College Graduate

FRCC graduate, Michelle Finch

At the age of 16, Michelle Finch had her first child. It was the best thing that ever happened to her. “I was going down a bad path, and having a child truly changed my life for the positive,” says Michelle. “I started thinking about my baby and what I wanted for our future.” Michelle’s […]

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February 5, 2014

Why Go to College Close to Home?

David-Strathman-blog

When David Strathman graduated from Poudre High School, he didn’t know exactly what he wanted to do – and didn’t want to waste money at an expensive college while he figured it out. After a positive orientation meeting at Front Range (where he won a three-credit scholarship) he figured he’d give FRCC a try. It’s […]

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January 15, 2014

Student Success: Disabled and Not Giving Up

Photo of Cynthia Dietrich on a sled with hand skiis at the top of a mountain with an assistant behind her

Cynthia Dietrich might have been born with spina bifida – a defect in which the vertebrae do not close around the spinal cord – but she hasn’t let that stop her from living a full and active life. The 26-year-old Missouri native moved to Boulder, Colorado, during high school and has since taken up a […]

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