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These two boys were among a group of about 15 regional fifth-graders who took part in a career and technical education demonstration July 14 at the Platte Building facilities of the Fort Lupton Campus of Aim Community College. A spate of new CTE classes tailored to regional workforce needs have boosted enrollment at the South Campus, and Aims staff associate Lani Sorenson said demonstrations for younger students help ensure healthy enrollments - and a strong workforce - for the future. "We do this because we need students, as they're going into high school, to think about what they want to be when they grow up," she said.
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FORT LUPTON — Aims Community College’s South Campus in Fort Lupton will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in October. And Aug. 14 will be the one-year anniversary of the ribbon cutting on the campus’ Platte Building, a sleek and modern structure adorning the eastern half of the tidy campus.

But even with those milestone moments just around the corner, some administration staff got together July 8 and threw a little party because, well, just because.

 

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