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Lynn Vosler, director of workforce development at Front Range Community College, has received a Talent Champion Award from the Colorado Workforce Development Council. Vosler was nominated by Colorado Career and Technic…
Front Range Community College’s alumni, students, and college operations add $591 million to the Colorado economy, with significant returns on investments for students, taxpayers, and society alike, a recent study found. …
Five Front Range Community College students have received $2,000 scholarships, thanks to a new partnership between the Colorado Women’s Education Foundation (CWEF) and the FRCC Foundation. The students: Monica Edlauer, who is …
Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for everything you have and celebrate the simple things: family, friends, health, and happiness. Research shows that reflecting regularly on all for which you are…
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