I’d like to introduce the newest member to our campus community – Jess Secrest. Jess started working as an AmeriCorps Team Leader earlier this week and will continue her service work through September of this year. Her office is located upstairs of the WEV Building. She can be reached at (406) 768 6349 or by email at JSecrest@fpcc.edu.
Jess Secrest is the current Montana Campus Compact AmeriCorps Team Leader serving at Fort Peck Community College. She has worked and volunteered with at-risk youth and students of all ages and abilities in outdoor education and classroom settings through organizations, including the YMCA, Channel Islands Boating Center, and Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families in Southern California. As an at-risk student, herself, she attended a continuation high school where, with additional support, she graduated in 2008. Beginning with remedial math and English classes at her local community college, she successfully transferred to and completed her Bachelor of Arts in sociology at California State University Channel Islands. It is through her own experiences of feeling incapable and overwhelmed, as a struggling student looking at the prospect of higher education, that she finds the optimism and confidence in the youth she works for today.
Fall 2017 Honors
FPCC is proud to announce its Honors List for the 2017 Fall Semester. Check it out!
FPCC ECampus Bookstore Grand Opening!
FPCC.ecampus.com is now open for business. Please get your book orders completed and give us feedback. You can also find a link on the FPCC home page, in FPCC links.
The peer reviewed research paper entitled “High powered rocketry: design, construction, and launching experience and analysis” by Pryce Paulson, Jarret Curtis, Evan Bartel, Waycen Owens Cyr and Chiranjivi Lamsal is published online today.
Congratulations Ron Martin
Ron Martin received the Montana Athletes’ In Service Award presented by Campus Compact Montana.
Summer Internship Application
Insight Pre-Professional program application are now being accepted and evaluated. Four (4) paid internships, (plus travel) are available in Washington, D.C. from May 26 to June26, 2018. Take a look and the application and be sure to follow directions in detail. Good luck! What a great opportunity
Living Life Well
Learn how to manage your health. Sound interesting? Then you may want to check out this 6 week, weekly informative sessions at the Roosevelt County Health Department. Free for distribution
FPCC Awarded Grant for Addiction Counselors
Fort Peck Community College was awarded a grant per the Montana Department of Labor, Apprenticeship Program and Northwest Area Foundation. Read More.
FPCC and MSU Sign Articulation Agreement in Engineering
Fort Peck Community College and Montana State University, Bozeman signed seven articulation agreements in engineering for the pre-engineering curriculum at Fort Peck Community College (FPCC). Check it out!
See what’s new with campus election results as well as current events. Check it out!