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Frank Diaz (right) and Jordan Campbell (background) follow along as agriculture and engineering technology instructor Weston McCary explains pneumatics during an oil and gas technology class July 8 at the Fort Lupton Campus of Aims Community College. McCary said the amenities available inside the 1-year-old Platte Building labs are far superior to training equipment available at most schools across the state, and said the ability to physically experiment with the equipment makes his students better learners and, ultimately, more qualified employees.
Bridging the gap

FORT LUPTON — Brenda Rask, dean of the Aims Community College Fort Lupton campus, knows firsthand the value of career and technical education, commonly known as CTE. 

After all, the dean’s daughter, Sydnie Rask, a 2008 graduate of Fort Lupton High School, was a product of a CTE welding program at the Aims main campus in Greeley. Now she’s the owner of her own welding company, LLR, or Little Lady Rask Welding.

 

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