College & Community Relations

High school students can explore career options at Aims Community College

Submitted on: 01-23-2013


Aims Community College is offering students who attend participating schools the opportunity to earn college credit and explore career options while still in high school.

Through a program called Career Academy, students can get career training in Career and Technical Education programs such as automotive service technology, collision repair, audio production, graphic design, med-prep and oil and gas technology. All costs are covered, including lab fees and books. Eligible participants could even earn a certificate in the program of his or her choice.

An open house and orientation is scheduled on February 6 at 6:30 p.m. in Ed Beaty Hall Theater (room 102) on the Greeley campus for students interested in graphics, audio, med-prep or oil and gas programs.

Another open house and orientation is scheduled on February 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Aims Automotive and Technology Center in Windsor for students interested in automotive service and collision.

Information sessions in Fort Lupton will be scheduled later this spring. For more information contact Lesli Bicknell at (970) 339-6364 or

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