P-TECH students complete college-level courses in high school. They can earn their diploma + an associate degree in computer info systems from FRCC—at no cost to the student.
Over the last year most companies have had to adapt—and quickly—to the impacts of the global pandemic. Louisville-based Fresca Foods, Inc. has faced COVID-related challenges head on, embracing training opportunities for workers, and forging new ways to connect employees with each other, and to the company’s goals. The natural foods manufacturing company counts some of […]
When Kyle and Jacquelyne Archer attended Front Range Community College, like many college students, they were on a tight budget. Jackie earned a scholarship from the FRCC Foundation that—along with other scholarships, grants and work-study—allowed her to take classes at the college’s Larimer Campus. “The affordability of FRCC made our education a reality,” Jackie says. […]
Center helps local public works departments maintain roadways across Colorado. Front Range Community College (FRCC) was recently awarded the contract to manage the Colorado Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) center—in a cooperative effort sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). The role of Colorado’s LTAP is to research and […]
Front Range Range Community College (FRCC) and St. Vrain Valley Schools have been awarded a $494,175 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the opening of a Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program in cybersecurity. The grant was awarded as part of NSF’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program, which focuses […]
Fort Collins, Colo. – More than 180 employees at New Belgium Brewing gained new skills this year thanks to a major grant from the state of Colorado. Front Range Community College’s Corporate Solutions division helped New Belgium acquire the necessary grant funding to “upskill” the company’s employees in key areas of business training. The courses […]
The Small Manufacturer’s AdvantEDGE program—a first of its kind business assistance program—has been selected as a nationwide best practice. The program was singled out among economic development programs by the Manufacturing Extension Partnership—the manufacturing assistance arm of the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST). The AdvantEDGE program connects small manufacturing companies with industry experts […]
The Northern Colorado (NoCO) Manufacturing Partnership has collaborated with FRCC to develop training designed especially for new supervisors in manufacturing—with funding through the Colorado Workforce Development Council. Since the program began in late 2016, 80 individuals from 27 different Northern Colorado Manufacturers have increased their Supervisor/Management skills by enrolling in the NoCO Manufacturing/Front Range Community […]