Business & Community
Put Us To Work For You
Whether you're an employer looking to build your workforce, or an employee seeking to develop new skills, Front Range Community College is the partner you need.
Whatever your industry—manufacturing or IT, tree care or healthcare—we know what businesses are looking for. And we know how to prepare workers for the jobs of today—and beyond.
Build Your Business
FRCC can help your business grow, whether you're looking to hire new workers or teach new skills to the ones you already have.
Invest in Your Employees
When you invest in your employees' growth, you invest in your business. Our Corporate & Professional training courses build skills, increase productivity and solve challenges. We'll bring our custom programs to your site, or we offer classes in-person or online.east Learn about Corporate & Professional Training
Take the Leap
Starting your own business takes time, planning and a healthy dose of bravery. But you're not on your own. The expert consultants at Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) can help you write a business plan, develop a marketing strategy, identify funding sources—and build the confidence to pursue your dreams.east Go to the North Metro SBDCeast Go to Larimer County SBDC
For Businesses: Recruit at FRCC
When you hire an apprentice through FRCC, we'll help you train them. Our proven programs help entry-level workers become high-skilled employees. Apprenticeships work: according to the U.S. Department of Labor, 92% of apprentices who complete their training stay on board.
Our students graduate with the job-ready skills you want. FRCC offers over 60 career degree programs, in in-demand fields like IT, healthcare, automotive technology and more. Place an ad for free on our online job network, or talk to us to learn more.
For Workers: Get an Edge
Getting an FRCC education doesn't always mean earning a degree. Ask how we can help you build new skills, or sharpen the ones you have.
You can choose from hundreds of non-credit classes that can help in your career or fulfill a personal interest. Get more familiar with Microsoft Excel, learn about OSHA regulations or even try your hand at coding in courses offered online or at our Larimer campus.
Earn while you learn when you become an apprentice through FRCC. You'll combine 2,000 hours of on-the-job training with classroom instruction in this program, which can open the door to careers in healthcare, technology, manufacturing or tree care.