By Dr. Dustin Swanger We seem to be evolving into a society of entitled people. We have developed a sense of entitlement for just about everything. We feel entitled to government services, to pay raises, to good grades, to make as much money as we can at the expense of everyone else, to welfare, etc. In [...]
Monthly Archives: July 2011
The intent of the program is to provide workforce development training courses to businesses and organizations to promote and encourage the location and development of new businesses in the state, and to create and retain employment opportunities in the state and local community.
By Amy Radik Today’s college students are very much do-it-yourselfers. It’s no secret that almost every college-bound person owns a high-tech device giving them access to the Internet with instant answers and instant email; so why not give them instant access to their college information? Fulton-Montgomery Community College has implemented PowerCampus, a new student-centered solution [...]
FM’s Center for Employer Services is proud to congratulate employees of Keymark Corporation on completion of Customized AutoCAD Training Program. The nine hour course was designed to support Keymark’s functionality with the latest features of AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor. The training was conducted at FM’s Center for Science & Technology in a state of the art [...]
By Dr. Shirlee Dufort When people say, “It’s never too late” to do something, they are often giving advice and not always speaking from their own experience. This is not that kind of article. When I say to you, “It’s never too late” to go to school, I assure you that my experience backs up [...]
By Amy Radik For prospective college students who are not sure which field of study to enter, Bill Ondriska, FM Class of ‘78, says it’s best to examine which subjects you are good in and those that hold your interest. “Choose a field that aligns with these interests. If you don’t like math and science, forget [...]