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FRCC Offers Women’s-Only Introduction to Machining Class Beginning in August

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Front Range Community College is offering an Introduction to Machining for Women class starting in August at FRCC’s Advanced Technology Center in Longmont. “The class teaches machining skills in a supportive environment and helps build confidence,” said Jennifer Fyhrie, navigator for the Precision Machining Technology Program. A navigator is an advisor who guides students from

Larimer Campus Names New Dean of Instruction

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Dr. Darcy Litzerman is a new dean of instruction at Front Range Community College. She will oversee the Larimer Campus academic departments of Business; Creative Arts, Design, and Humanities; Rhetoric, Languages, and Philosophy; and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Most recently, Litzerman was a faculty member for the Presidents Leadership Program at the University of Colorado

FRCC Appoints Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

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Dr. Gillian McKnight-Tutein has joined Front Range Community College as vice president of academic and student affairs. She will serve as FRCC’s chief academic/student services officer, lead the college’s online learning and workforce development departments, and oversee key academic and student support functions, including instructor credentialing, registrar’s office, and catalog and schedule production. McKnight-Tutein has

FRCC Machining Program Recognized for Teaching Industry Standards

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The Machining Program at Front Range Community College has been added to The Manufacturing Institute’s “M-List,” a national recognition that FRCC teaches to industry standards. “The M-List is an acknowledgement of FRCC’s outstanding machining technology courses,” The Manufacturing Institute stated in notifying FRCC. Specifically, FRCC offers students the opportunity to earn National Association of Manufacturers-endorsed

FRCC Precision Machining Program Earns National Accreditation

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Students who graduate from the Machining Program at Front Range Community College can now show employers that their skills meet or exceed national metalworking standards. That’s because the program has earned accreditation from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS). George Newman, program director, explains what accreditation means to students and employers: Instructors have earned

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