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Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Training

Posted: February 14, 2020 — Certified Nursing Assistant & Home Health Aide Training is an excellent training opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the rewarding field of Healthcare.  Successful completion of the training and passing the NYS test will result in certification as both … Read More

Register! Enroll! Vote!

Posted: February 10, 2020 — New York State Presidential Primary: April 28, 2020 The Democratic Party Presidential Primary is April 28th, 2020, only registered and enrolled Democratic Party members may vote.  There is no Republican Presidential Primary -No Republicans have filed to run a primary race against … Read More

Fulton-Montgomery Community College will be closing at noon, Friday, February 7, 2020 due to weather conditions.

Posted: February 6, 2020 — Fulton-Montgomery Community College will be closing at noon, Friday, February 7, 2020 due to weather conditions. All afternoon and evening classes and activities are cancelled. … Read More

Preparing High School Juniors (and Parents) for the Cost of College

Posted: January 30, 2020 — As an Academic Advisor at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, I’m always meeting new students and interviewing them about their reasons for attending college and what concerns they may have.  It has surprised me over the years to hear that so many young adults are worrying about … Read More

FMCC and Ivy League Colleges Now Teach Financial Literacy

Posted: January 24, 2020 — By Laurence K. Zuckerman, CPA, MST, Associate Professor, FMCC/SUNY Financially speaking, there are two Americas. While estimates vary a bit, it is generally accepted that between 6 – 12 percent of U.S. families are millionaire households—meaning that if you do not count the value … Read More

The FM Evans Library – How Are We Doing?

Posted: January 13, 2020 — For some people, the idea of a college library still brings to mind columns of bookshelves and a stern (but helpful!) librarian waiting in the wings to provide assistance as required. This quaint but inaccurate picture is not a vision which is in any way indicative of the academic … Read More

Choose Education in the New Year!

Posted: January 3, 2020 — Welcome to 2020!  These milestone years tend to be a bit more reflective for individuals.  Perhaps you are looking to change your career.  Or, you are interested in starting your own business and need to identify the steps to get started.  Maybe you walked away from a degree when … Read More

Understand These Two Things:

Posted: December 27, 2019 — I don’t want to sound like Chicken Little; but there is a big problem.  Many of us are aware of it; but there are two important things that few people understand that can help us to work toward a solution. Google this: “crisis middle level skilled jobs”  Go ahead, Google it, … Read More

FM Around the World: Staying Connected with our Alumni

Posted: December 18, 2019 — One of my favorite sayings is “we are seeing the world one student at a time” and this is indeed true at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. I am very proud of our history as an institution in that we recognized early on the value it brings to classrooms to have students from … Read More

Exploring Allied Health Through Research Initiatives

Posted: December 9, 2019 — Research is an important part of a college student’s education, and generally, is considered to be one of the most hands-on ways for students to learn. Research may involve interpretive, descriptive, and artistic endeavors, which can be used to measure and test scientific … Read More