Looking for part-time or seasonal work during the upcoming holiday season? Come to a seasonal job fair at Front Range Community College on Nov. 2. The fair will be from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 2 in the Rocky Mountain Room at the Westminster Campus, 3645 W. 112th Ave. Parking is available at the campus.
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People wanting to take a high school equivalency exam have two new options at Front Range Community College. The HiSET® exam and the TASC Test Assessing Secondary Completion™ can be taken in the Testing Center at the Larimer Campus. Both tests cover the five core areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. Both
Larimer County Commissioners have renewed their support of small business and entrepreneurship with a $20,000 grant to the Larimer Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The Larimer SBDC provided business assistance to over 1,300 clients in the past 12 months. This assistance consists of one-on-one free confidential consulting, a wide range of business workshops and classes,
The Interior Design Program at Front Range Community College is one of 10 accredited programs nationally to receive an Excellence in Education Award from the National Kitchen & Bath Design Association (NKBA®). Nowell Vincent is program director. She holds certifications of the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications, CKD (National Kitchen and Bath Association), and
Elisha Thornton has balanced academic life, family life, and work life and is ready for more of the same. Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Elisha graduated from Front Range in May 2016 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in accounting. Her path to the degree was similar to one that some community college
Larimer Campus students and staff will celebrate the reopening of an expanded and renovated Mount Antero building on Thursday, Oct. 13. Mount Antero was increased in size by about 55 percent to create an improved and expanded student success center and a clear entry point on campus for new and potential students. It reopened with
I remember the days – not that long ago, really – when the pressure was on to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. That’s the FAFSA. It was and still is important to fill out and file the FAFSA because the FAFSA is the entry point for you or your children to qualify
Front Range Community College has been awarded $79,959.24 to help establish Veterans Services centers at its campuses in Westminster, Longmont, and Fort Collins, and expand and bolster services for those who served the nation. The Kisco Foundation named FRCC a recipient of its Kohlberg Prize, given annually to increase support for veterans attending community colleges.