Students, faculty, and instructor volunteers at Front Range Community College-Westminster Campus assisted low- and moderate-income taxpayers in filing tax returns to claim more than $1.4 million in refunds to the taxpayers in 2015. FRCC partnered with Denver-based Piton Foundation in Tax Help Colorado. At the Westminster Campus’s free tax site, IRS-certified students filed 735 returns,
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Manufacturers in the NoCo Manufacturing Partnership introduced students to manufacturing in Fort Collins this month. As a result of this partnership with manufacturers, educators, county workforce centers and others, more than 80 Poudre School District students from Fort Collins, Fossil Ridge, Poudre and Rocky Mountain high schools attended tours at FiberLok Inc., In-Situ, Sears Trostel
Front Range Community College’s website has been voted the Telerik Sitefinity Education Website of 2014. Progress Software Corporation, which in 2014 acquired Telerik Sitefinity, the vendor for FRCC’s content management system, reported that “more than 40 organizations were nominated for website creativity, design, user experience, functionality and overall presentation. After narrowing the field, voting was
Mary Ann Grim, history faculty member at Front Range Community College’s Boulder County Campus, has been accepted into the Museum Teacher Fellowship Program of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The program enables talented teachers to become leaders in Holocaust education, bringing the history and lessons of the Holocaust to new places and new audiences.
The Nursing Program at Front Range Community College’s Larimer Campus has earned continued accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Accreditation indicates that a nursing program has clear and appropriate educational objectives and is working to achieve those objectives. The accrediting agency examines a long list of topics, including credentials and experience of
Ryan McCoy has been named executive director of the Front Range Community College Foundation. McCoy has been with the foundation for four years, most recently as interim director and before that as coordinator and assistant director. “As the interim director, Ryan has accomplished a great deal in just seven months,” President Andy Dorsey said. “He
The task is to assess the risks involved in building a one-acre park close to the Los Angeles River in a densely populated low-income neighborhood with lots of children. Welcome to Classroom 2.0, presided over by Dave Skiles. Teaching, sure, but also listening, guiding, collaborating, and letting the students find their way in GIS 165.
A Front Range Community College alumna now a Fort Collins economic development officer and a Denver attorney have joined the FRCC Foundation board of directors. SeonAh Kendall and Ryan M. Tharp begin three-year terms this month. Kendall, economic policy and project manager for the city of Fort Collins, received an Associate of Arts from FRCC