Fauquier County High School 2014 graduate Mackenzie Rollins has finally found a career she can really sink her teeth into, thanks to a brand-new dental assisting program being offered by LFCC Workforce Solutions.
This was Rollins’s second time enrolling at LFCC – she had previously studied business, but realized that wasn’t the field for her. She had also spent more than a year at James Madison University, where she switched majors several times.
Skyline High School graduate Bradley Cute recently completed LFCC Workforce Solutions’ CompTIA A+ Prep and Certification course, and now works for a federal contractor in Luray.
He took advantage of the Guarantee-to-Interview program Workforce Solutions has with Syntelligent Analytic Solutions LLC. Syntelligent has agreed to interview students who have completed the CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+ or ITIL certification courses.
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The Valley Today radio show (The River 95.3 WZRV) was live (on tape) from Lord Fairfax Community College for a conversation with Guy Curtis, Director of Marketing, Business & Industry Training for LFCC Workforce Solutions and Jeanian Clark, Vice President of Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education.(more…)
Congratulations to the graduates of LFCC Workforce Solution’s seventh Leadership Institute program. There were thirty participants from nine local organizations that successfully completed the program. (more…)
Losing just one person to an armed intruder/active shooter – is one too many. Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. In the midst of the chaos, anyone can play an integral role in mitigating the impacts of an active shooter incident. (more…)
For many people, learning that their workplace of 23 years is closing would be devastating. But, for Winchester resident Ed Breeden it was the chance to reinvent himself and to earn a much better living.
Molly Fletcher spent 20 years in one of the most competitive workspaces in the world: the sports agency business. Molly says there’s a common misconception about the industry, though. People often think it’s space where everyone yells, screams beats their chests and gets sideways at the drop of a hat, but that couldn’t be further from the truth, she says. It’s all about relationship-building. Listen to Molly Fletcher’s podcast on Creating Winning Relationships