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ARCHIVE | Month: April 2015

Automotive Technology Students Get Support from Markley Motors

The new Markley Motors Automotive Technology Laboratory on the Larimer Campus gives students more opportunities for hands-on training in a brighter and safer learning environment and opportunities to turn new skills into a job. The laboratory opened in January 2015 as the NATEF- and ASE-certified Automotive Technology Program moved out of 40-year-old space in Redcloud […]

What is a Cybersecurity Degree?

Cybersecurity is the study of securing computer networks, keeping up with government regulations regarding privacy, and helping to prevent the hacking attacks that you hear about regularly – think Target, Anthem, even Gmail. What will I learn with a degree in Cybersecurity? First, you will gain an understanding of computer networks from a hands-on perspective. […]

McCoy to Lead FRCC Foundation

Ryan McCoy, FRCC Foundation executive director

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 […]

Learn How to Weld on State-of-the-Art Equipment

It’s amazing how some extra space in a new building can improve an already high-quality program that helps students be job-ready in a field desperate for skilled workers. That’s the case for the Welding Technology Program that moved into new space in January 2015 in Little Bear Peak on the Larimer Campus. Jason Walsh, program […]

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