Ever dream about starting a new career? You might be surprised to hear that a number of industries will actually pay you to learn the ropes while on the job.
It’s nearing the end of the school year, which means it’s almost time for final exams. While the best way to prepare is to stay up on homework and assignments throughout the year, it’s always a good idea to go into finals week with a study plan in place. Creating a plan—and sticking to in—minimizes […]
At the Larimer Campus of FRCC, students interested in starting a new healthcare-focused career quickly without prior training can earn a certificate in Dental Assisting in as little as a year. “It’s a rigorous program, but students who choose the accelerated option can finish in two semesters by taking 24 credits in the first semester, […]
Investment helps fund new facility to train northern Colorado’s health care workers. Columbine Health Systems has pledged $150,000 to help Front Range Community College fund its new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins. The new facility opened earlier this month. The state-of-the-art facility will fill a critical need for the community by educating highly-qualified […]
Investment will fund nursing lab where students can practice skills in a realistic environment. UCHealth has pledged $250,000 to help Front Range Community College build its new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins. This is one of the largest donations yet for FRCC’s new facility, which is set to open in the summer of […]
You might have heard that Colorado’s job market is strong and that unemployment is impressively low (2.7%, in fact). That means there are a lot of job opportunities in the state—and potential career paths to consider. But maybe you want to know more specifics. What are the big industries fueling our economy? Where are we […]
My name is Lucinda Womack and I am a proud alumnus of Front Range Community College’s registered nursing program. I currently am a nurse manager of local, physician-owned Associates in Family Medicine (AFM), the leading provider of primary care services in the Northern Front Range. As a nurse manager I help direct our recruitment and […]
When Carolyn Pitcher started studying at FRCC, she thought she wanted to be a nurse. She’d been working as a certified nurse aid—but wanted something more from her career. She knew she wanted to work in health care, but quickly discovered nursing wasn’t the right fit for her. Then a conversation with the college’s Health […]