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ARCHIVE | Month: April 2016

Scholarship Allocation Makes $238,000 Available to Qualified Larimer County Residents

The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative has approved an allocation that will provide about $238,000 in scholarships for qualified Larimer County residents to attend Front Range Community College or Aims Community College. The FRCC Foundation is the manager of the $237,495 grant from the initiative. Allocation is divided with about $178,000 for the FRCC Foundation and […]

Hunger Among College Students

Over the course of the semester, my classmates and I have been studying hunger, and I, like many students, have been misinformed of the cruel reality of hunger. Here’s what a majority of us have thought: Hunger exists in developing countries, and, in the United States, only the homeless are hungry. Though that may be […]

New Program Targets Small Manufacturers with Help to Grow Their Businesses

A new grant-supported program could help Colorado manufacturers with fewer than 20 employees grow their businesses in state, national, or export markets. Called Small Manufacturer’s AdvantEDGE, the program leverages state and federal funding, along with a contribution from the manufacturer, to provide industry experts for coaching, consultation, and/or training based on the challenges each company […]

2016 FRCC Documentary Explores Gender Identities

A group of students eager to learn media production has turned into a professional production team – Storage Room Productions – with sights set on exceeding the successes of the students that came before us. Previous students in FRCC Multimedia Graphic Design Program created two documentaries, one of which received a Student Achievement Award and […]

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