International Day for People with Disabilities aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and to mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.
Zoe has always learned best by doing. Despite hard times, her dogged persistence has helped her reach her goal—a career in health care.
This former nurse aide is moving up the career ladder fast through an intensive apprenticeship program. “I love this program,” she says.
The child of a physician, Quinlyn was exposed to the medical field from early on. A recent college grad, she’s now jump starting her health care career at FRCC.
Toni Scruggs has always dreamed of working in medicine, but didn’t know how to get there. Now the former educator is starting her new career in health care.
A local couple is hosting seven Ukrainian family members who are fleeing the war. Learning English is critical for them… and that’s where FRCC comes in.
November is National Native American Heritage Month, an annual celebration of the rich ancestry and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the United States.
October 19 is International Pronouns Day, with a purpose to make respecting, sharing and educating about personal pronouns commonplace. This awareness day began in 2018—and falls on the third Wednesday of October every year. The aim is to transform society to celebrate people’s multiple, intersecting identities.