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ARCHIVE | Month: December 2014

Anderson, Menard to Serve on FRCC Foundation Board

Steve Anderson, president and CEO of Fort Collins-based Forney Industries Inc., has joined the board of directors of the Front Range Community College Foundation. Marilee Menard, retired executive director of the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums, has rejoined the board. Forney Industries is one of America’s longest operating family-owned distribution companies, offering more […]

Kaiser Permanente Sponsors Cultural Competency Training

Twenty-three people from a dozen medical, educational, service, and governmental agencies completed certification training in Cultural Competency at Front Range Community College. Kaiser Permanente conducted the “train the trainer” session for the participants who now can take back to their organizations the Kaiser-developed Diversity and Health Film Series, which is designed to promote cultural awareness […]

Researching Colleges in the Digital Age

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It’s a digital world and today’s college-bound high school students and their parents expect to communicate with colleges they are considering through a variety of digital modes—and they rely on a number of different e-sources of information to make this major decision. How do we know this? Thanks to Noel-Levitz’s 2014 E-Expectations Report, “The Online […]

4 Great Gifts for College Students

Winter break is right around the corner and many students are ready for the much needed break! The holidays and balancing a budget can be a challenging time for college students, whether at home or away from family. Finding a gift that helps reduce a student’s financial burden and is something they love can be […]

Meaningful Holiday Giving on a Student’s Budget

As I write this on National Giving Day, a week ahead of Colorado Gives Day, the day after Cyber Monday, three days removed from Small Business Saturday, and Black Friday starting on Thursday and going into overtime for many businesses, I think of the casual conversations I’ve had recently with students who want to mark […]

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