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Posted @ Wednesday, March 13, 2013 By Davis, Mitchel B
Spurred by state budget cuts and driven by a desire to offer students more personalized tools to stand out from the crowd, the FLC Career Services Office was revamped in 2011. The office went from a centralized program to a decentralized one with Career Services coordinators focusing on each of FLC’s three schools: Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Natural and Behavioral Sciences; and Business Administration, as well as the Teacher Education program.
Posted @ Wednesday, July 06, 2011 By Nyquist, Lindsay
In a time when more and more people find themselves unable to afford health care and do the things needed to have healthy families, there is a growing demand for professionals trained in the field of public health.
And since creating the first Public Health undergraduate-degree program in Colorado, Fort Lewis leads the way in meeting that demand. After its first year, enrollment is already almost 300 percent above the program's goals.
Posted @ Monday, June 27, 2011 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Eagle Young (far right) stars in a Dancing Earth production. Photo credit Paulo Tavares.
For Eagle Young, coming back to perform at the Fort Lewis Community Concert Hall will be "about giving back to Fort Lewis and Durango," he says. ...
Posted @ Wednesday, June 01, 2011 By Nyquist, Lindsay
Major changes are in the works for Fort Lewis College Career Services. A restructure of the program is planned in an effort to help students receive more program-specific career assistance.
FLC’s Career Services Office is an organization largely independent of the College’s three schools. Under the new restructuring plan, the independent office will be replaced by three career services coordinators hired to work specifically with each of the three schools (the Teacher Education program will share a coordinator with the School of Business Administration).
Posted @ Thursday, May 12, 2011 By Nyquist, Lindsay
I'm working with the Missoula Children’s Theatre, a traveling theatre company that visits all 50 states and several countries. My official title is a touring actor/director. In the towns we visit, we offer auditions to kids ages 6 to 18, then we teach them acting, blocking, and even songs as well. Then the kids put on the show for the community. I’m really excited about that. Kids are great and their energy is just really awesome.