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Tom Guida started EMT training for free at FRCC. Just months later he got a job in his new field. Read how he did it—andhis plans for an even brighter future.
All FRCC libraries are now offering 24/7 live chat with librarians to answer your questions! Get info from a real live human, one-on-one, whenever you need it.
On August 26 each year, our country recognizes Women’s Equality Day in honor of that same date in 1920. Find out more about this defining moment in US history.
When Leslie graduated from high school, she was convinced she wasn’t cut out for college. Now a health care leader, she says FRCC gave her a strong foundation.
Want to study engineering, but concerned about the cost? FRCC now offers 3 engineering degrees that help students save time & money on their bachelor’s degree.
A family emergency led Laylonni Jaramillo to a career as an EMT. Through the Care Forward program, she didn’t have to pay for her classes, uniforms or books.
Joseph never thought he was smart enough to attend college. But at FRCC he found a way to turn his passion into his career path.
Before coming to FRCC, Maddie felt isolated because of her disability. Now she has overcome societal judgment and exclusion to find her community at FRCC.