The annual Gift of Love Fundraiser will gather donations this year for scholarships to FRCC students in the school’s health care programs and police academy.
Students in FRCC’s associate degree in nursing programs are helping on the front line with COVID-19 vaccinations. Over the last couple of months, our nursing students have helped vaccinate more than 3,000 people in the communities we serve—from Denver to Fort Collins and beyond. While FRCC’s use of simulations and clinical rotations in local hospitals […]
Investment will fund simulation suite where students can practice their skills on high-tech training mannequins. The Noel Barrett Shuler Foundation has pledged $500,000 to help Front Range Community College build its new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins. This is the largest donation to date for FRCC’s new facility, which is set to open […]
Fort Collins, Colo. – As Front Range Community College’s new Health Care Careers Center (HCCC) begins to take shape this summer, community members are encouraged to come see the progress—and add their name to the project. FRCC has undertaken a major construction project—building a two-story, 61,000 square-foot Health Care Careers Center to address key healthcare […]
Fort Collins, Colo. – Front Range Community College (FRCC) is building a two-story, 61,000 square-foot Health Care Careers Center (HCCC) to address key healthcare workforce needs in northern Colorado. The HCCC will provide a centralized, technology-rich learning environment within a state-of-the-art facility for all of the college’s health and nursing programs. The new building will […]
If nursing has always piqued your interest, you are in luck. Nursing is one of the fastest-growing and highest-demand industries out there, as evidenced by U.S. Bureau of Labor projections: — By 2022, there will be about 1.05 million nursing job openings (due to growth and replacements) — Registered Nursing is listed among the top […]
U.S. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez recently called community colleges the “secret sauce” of economic and workforce development. In his talk at the National Governors Association summer conference in West Virginia, he used Front Range Community College as his example of “the secret sauce.” Filling the Pipeline with Skilled Manufacturing Workers To flesh out Secretary […]
Carlos Rodriguez, a native of Mexico City, grew up wanting to be just like his parents – his father is an emergency room physician and medical examiner and his mother is a general physician. Carlos pursued his bachelor’s in biology at Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, but ultimately decided to forgo…