Community Members Invited to Celebrate Opening of FRCC Health Care Careers Center
Front Range Community College (FRCC) recently completed a major construction project—building a two-story, 61,000 square-foot Health Care Careers Center (HCCC) on its campus in Fort Collins. The facility is helping to address key health care workforce needs in northern Colorado.
Now open for classes this semester, the public is invited to the college’s virtual ribbon cutting event to mark the completion of the new facility:
What: Grays Peak Virtual Ribbon Cutting
When: September 29—3:00 p.m.
Link to RSVP: www.frontrange.edu/HCCCRSVP
The new building—called Grays Peak— will allow FRCC’s Larimer Campus to meet growing local health care needs. It now houses all of FRCC’s allied health and nursing programs, which provide the community with a highly-qualified local workforce in health care fields. The HCCC serves as a centralized, technology-rich learning environment within a state-of-the-art facility.
In addition to the ribbon cutting, the college and its community partners are celebrating the opening of the new facility with a live virtual concert on October 4 in the atrium of Grays Peak. The event will be live-streamed.
The Fort Collins Health & Wellness Community Orchestra will perform special musical selections to honor local health care workers and victims of this year’s COVID-19 pandemic. The concert will also salute current and future graduates of the FRCC health sciences programs—who are tomorrow’s health care workers in our communities. Community members are invited to join us for this exceptional virtual concert.