Monthly Archives: June 2014

FVCC Extends Fall 2014 Paramedicine Application Deadline

Flathead Valley Community College has extended the application deadline for its fall 2014 paramedicine program to July 31 at 5 p.m. The two-year professional degree program includes both classroom and hands-on training and prepares students for careers in pre-hospital emergency …

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FVCC Receives $1 Million Gift to Provide Scholarships for Montanans

The Flathead Valley Community College Foundation has received a $1 million gift to establish a new endowment, providing scholarships for Montanans with need to attend Flathead Valley Community College. James “Jim” Daley, 96, and his late wife, Doris Monk Daley, established …

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FVCC Welcomes Napa Valley Chefs for Scholarship Benefit: Event to Feature Local Foods

Napa Valley Chefs Dominic and Penelope Orsini will showcase their talents to the Flathead Valley July 3 at a special Napa Valley Summer Affair presented by the Flathead Valley Community College Foundation. The event will kick off the Foundation’s seventh …

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FVCC Launches New Firearms Technologies Certificate

Flathead Valley Community College will launch a new two-semester evening Firearms Technologies Certificate starting this fall. A complement to the non-credit gunsmithing program offered in the summer months, the 27-credit program will feature curriculum developed to support the growing firearms …

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FVCC Offers Family Kayak Adventure

Flathead Valley Community College’s Continuing Education Center will offer a two-part family kayak adventure July 11 and 13. During this hands-on course, students will learn the many aspects of safety, physical conditioning, basic strokes, boat handling and design.   Instructed …

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FVCC to Host Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau on American Indian Music

The Flathead Valley Community College Multicultural Affairs Office will host the Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau program, “American Indian Music: Even More than Drums and Flutes,” presented by Scott Prinzing June 20. This presentation will reveal the history and development of …

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FVCC Business Students Earn Top Placement at National Conference

Four Flathead Valley Community College students traveled to Indianapolis for the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference last month to compete against schools from across the nation in the Workplace Skills Assessment Program. Kyle Lathrop, Ashley Olson, Daniel …

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