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If you're good with computers, can stay calm under stress, and enjoy helping people you may have the skills to be a dispatcher.
CTE, for short, prepares students to enter the workforce sooner rather than later, and teaches a specific skill such as plumbing or welding.
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If you're confused about whether to work or get a degree, see if you can relate to any of these situations.
Explore our 60+ programs, including degree and certificate requirements, offered in each Career & Academic Community.
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Coming into Larimer campus with top grades and test scores? Our Honors Program, with its special opportunities, might be right for you.
Need to get your GED/high-school diploma? Here’s everything you need to know about subjects, practice tests, scores, and more.
Improve your English reading, writing, and speaking skills with our beginner, intermediate, and advanced ESL classes.
Develop your employees’ business, leadership, team building, or technical skills with one of our corporate training programs.
When someone calls 911, the call is answered by a public safety dispatcher who immediately becomes a lifeline to the caller who may be experiencing the worst day of his or her …
A new certificate program that trains people to become public safety dispatchers has opened at the Westminster Campus. The state Department of Labor and Employment forecasts 209 job openings per year in…
Nearly 90 percent of certificates and half of associate degrees awarded in the U.S. are in career and technical education, the American Association of Community Colleges reports. Commonly referred to as CTE,…
While many students entering community college aim to earn a bachelor’s degree, only a relatively small portion of these students transfer and go on to do so successfully within six years. …