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From FRCC Graphic Design to LA

Katherine Greczyn photo

Aim high. That’s what Deb Craven, multimedia technology faculty and department chair, tells her students to do as they prepare for the job market. Kate Greczyn aimed high, and she is off to Los Angeles to work for a major advertising agency specializing in campaigns for the entertainment industry. The Refinery claims about 140 of

Study: $2.4 Billion Local Income Boost from Northern Colorado Public Colleges and Universities

(Editors: The full report, an executive summary, and photos are available at http://bit.ly/2g9IgE5) Four institutions support 39,677 jobs, students add $160 million in income in Larimer and Weld The four public colleges and universities in Northern Colorado added $2.4billion in income to the economy of Larimer and Weld Counties and provided an impressive return on

Fermentation Lab to Open with Brew System

What’s brewing for the fall semester in the Fermentation Science program at Front Range? OK, sorry about the kitschy start, but there’s a lot to be excited about – a new fermentation lab at the Boulder County Campus in Longmont. The lab includes a 10-gallon brew system, four ovens/stoves, food-grade stainless steel tables, sinks, and

Jacobs Joins Westminster Campus as Dean of Instruction

Dr. Francois Jacobs is a new dean of instruction at Front Range Community College’s Westminster Campus. He will oversee the English and Communication and Business, Information Systems, and Technology departments, career/technical education, the Academic Success Center, and FRCC-Brighton Center. Most recently, Jacobs was a dean of business, career/technical, and cosmetology programs at Northeastern Junior College

FRCC Opens Medical Assisting Certificate Programs at Westminster, Larimer Campuses

With more than 500 job openings per year in Colorado for medical assistants, Front Range Community College brings its Medical Assistant certificate program to campuses in Westminster and Fort Collins. “Community colleges start or expand programs to meet the needs of industry and the workforce demands of their communities” said Gillian McKnight-Tutein, chief academic officer

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