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LFCC seeking speakers and voters for “I Have a Dream” speech contest

LFCC seeking speakers and voters for “I Have a Dream” speech contest

LFCC students are encouraged to participate in a virtual “I Have a Dream” speech contest in honor of Dr. Martin ...
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Nominations sought for distinguished LFCC administrators and staff

Nominations sought for distinguished LFCC administrators and staff

Have you been impressed by the wonderful service and dedication shown by an LFCC employee? If so, we’d like to ...
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Luis Camacho-Bruno: Left engineering degree to pursue passion for construction trades with Workforce Solutions

Luis Camacho-Bruno: Left engineering degree to pursue passion for construction trades with Workforce Solutions

Luis Camacho-Bruno is so much happier pursuing his trades education than he was while working towards his engineering degree. The ...
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Andy Bacik: From Truck Driver to Nursing Student

Andy Bacik: From Truck Driver to Nursing Student

Since losing his older brother to cancer, Andy Bacik has wanted to help other children facing the dreaded disease. LFCC ...
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Kathy Alsberry Temple: 1972 alumna loved LFCC so much, she returned 40 years later for a second degree

Kathy Alsberry Temple: 1972 alumna loved LFCC so much, she returned 40 years later for a second degree

Kathy Temple is a trailblazer – her life is made up of many firsts, including being the very first person ...
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LFCC preparing for opening of new Luray-Page County Center

LFCC preparing for opening of new Luray-Page County Center

As 2020 comes to a close, LFCC is shutting the doors of its first home in Luray, 334 N. Hawksbill ...
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LFCC’s new data science degree developed to meet growing workforce demand

LFCC’s new data science degree developed to meet growing workforce demand

One of LFCC’s newest programs has been developed to meet the growing demand for data scientists. The associate of science ...
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Judy Rinker:  LFCC’s first Outstanding Graduate recipient, longtime employee and volunteer

Judy Rinker: LFCC’s first Outstanding Graduate recipient, longtime employee and volunteer

When LFCC’s first president, Dr. William H. McCoy, pointed to Judy Neff Rinker and said, “That redheaded girl is going ...
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JoAnn Leight: Very first student to enroll at LFCC

JoAnn Leight: Very first student to enroll at LFCC

The decision to go back to school as an adult student led to a long career as a kindergarten teacher ...
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LFCC’s 50th anniversary celebrated with ribbon cutting

LFCC’s 50th anniversary celebrated with ribbon cutting

It was only fitting that Professor Frank Borleske was the one wielding the extra-large scissors when the ribbon was cut ...
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LFCC honoring service members in virtual Veterans Day celebration

LFCC honoring service members in virtual Veterans Day celebration

Join us as we pay tribute to our veterans on Wednesday, Nov. 11, with an online Veterans Day ceremony. The ...
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Re-Employing Virginians (REV) funding available to retrain workers suffering from Covid-19-related job losses

Re-Employing Virginians (REV) funding available to retrain workers suffering from Covid-19-related job losses

“If you have lost your job, or seen a reduction in your hours and paycheck, Virginia’s community colleges want to ...
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LFCC gearing up to open its spring enrollment in early November

LFCC gearing up to open its spring enrollment in early November

Prepare to close the book on 2020 by enrolling in LFCC’s spring semester classes starting next week. The college’s schedule ...
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Workforce scholarships available for Luray residents impacted by Covid-19

Workforce scholarships available for Luray residents impacted by Covid-19

Luray residents who have suffered employment downturns due to the coronavirus pandemic may apply for scholarships worth up to $2,000 ...
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LFCC is commemorating its 50th anniversary today

LFCC is commemorating its 50th anniversary today

Fifty years ago today, LFCC held its first classes. While, the college will certainly be marking the occasion this week, ...
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Statement from LFCC President Kim Blosser on the passing of Professor Laurie Alphonse

Statement from LFCC President Kim Blosser on the passing of Professor Laurie Alphonse

It is with a very heavy heart that I share the following news:  Earlier this morning, Laurie Alphonse, one of ...
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LFCC and Eastern Mennonite University sign transfer agreement

LFCC and Eastern Mennonite University sign transfer agreement

A new agreement between LFCC and Eastern Mennonite University creates pathways for transfer students to earn a bachelor’s degree in ...
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Pandemic job loss opens door to exciting new career

Pandemic job loss opens door to exciting new career

Like many people around the U.S., Angel Ortiz, of Remington, lost his job at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic ...
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LFCC launches new podcast series “LFCC Stories”

LFCC launches new podcast series “LFCC Stories”

Just in time for LFCC’s 50th anniversary, the college is launching its first-ever podcast series. “LFCC Stories” will feature LFCC ...
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Age is just a number to 77-year-old LFCC student

Age is just a number to 77-year-old LFCC student

At 77, Rosemarie “Rodie” Zubrack isn’t your typical college student. But, she takes pursuing her education at LFCC very seriously ...
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