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NoCo Manufacturing Partnership Elects Board of Directors

NOCO Manufacturing Partnership

The NoCo Manufacturing Partnership has elected manufacturers, educators, and city officials to its board of directors. Members are: Paul Harter, Aqua-Hot Heating Systems Darren Pape, Wolf Robotics Dave Carlson, Moyer Machine Brooke Gunn, Scion Aviation Phil Montera, New Belgium Brewing Terry Precht, Vergent Products Tony Wampler, Springs Fabrication Inc. SeonAh Kendall, City of Fort Collins

$1.1 Million Federal Grant Supports FRCC in Assisting At-Risk, First-Generation Students


A $1.1 million federal grant will assist Front Range Community College with providing essential services to a growing population in Colorado of at-risk first-generation students. The five-year TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education will be used at the Westminster Campus. TRIO programs are outreach and student services programs to identify and provide services

Wildlife Technology Degree Earns Accreditation


The Associate of Applied Science degree in Wildlife Technology at Front Range Community College has received a three-year accreditation from the North American Wildlife Technology Association (NAWTA). NAWTA is an international association that assesses classroom, indoor laboratory, and field experiences used to develop field competencies. The Wildlife Technology degree allows the student to focus on

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:

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