Rewarding. Ever-changing. Challenging. Fun. If you have a natural ability to understand a visual language, excellent English skills and vocabulary, and a passion for serving others, working as a sign language interpreter might be a great career for you. Interpreter Career Paths A career as a sign language interpreter offers the opportunity to work with
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Heading back to school can be an overwhelming task for any one, no doubt. Student veterans attending colleges today have even more school responsibilities than those of their traditional classmates. This is mostly due to the fact that many veterans come home eligible for some sort of VA educational benefit. VA educational benefits provide a
Education changes lives, and it is changing the life of Brandon Devlin. “FRCC gave me the tools to ask the right questions,” Brandon says. “Colorado State University has given me the time to come up with my own answers.” Transfer to CSU Brandon graduated from FRCC with an Associate of Arts degree and transferred to
Welcome to the Fall semester! I hope that things are off to a spectacular start for all of you. Knowing that we see the largest number of students who are attending college for the first time in August, I wanted to offer some advice on how to be successful as a student at FRCC. 1.
Scott Schreiner started working as a landscaper after graduating from Brush High School in 1996. College wasn’t in his plans. In 1999, he moved into manufacturing, but then the tech sector took a dive. Scott moved from one manufacturing job to another, sometimes as a temporary contractor, and sometimes being included in company-wide layoffs. College
After 25 years in northern Colorado as a graphic artist, copywriter, and greeting card designer, Cydney Springer put down the computer mouse and took up an artist’s paintbrush. With two years of study under other artists and a lifetime of interest in painting, she set out to capture the beauty and awe of Colorado landscapes.
College Composition and Reading (aka CCR) is Front Range Community College’s pathway to success for developmental readers and writers. Students placed into CCR by their Accuplacer scores must complete (or take at the same time) the CCR requirement before registering for most college-level courses. Because of this “co-requisite” requirement, it is important to know what
Another acronym, right? Yes—but we’re going to break it down so you know what it means to you! It is one of four degree types offered at a community college – and one of the most popular. It stands for an Associate of Applied Science degree. Now let’s break it down. Associate: 2-year degree An