The Pronghorn Pronk

Moving forward by leaps and bounds….

May 2013, Volume 3, Issue 5 – Page 2


John Marrin, President

Picture6Student Success Goal:  The demands of Colorado businesses and communities shall be met through the development of a high skilled work force.

Lamar Community College is offering EMT training at little or no cost.  Lamar Community College has been awarded a grant through the Daniel’s Fund for scholarships to assist area citizens and EMT volunteers to receive training as EMT’s. read more…



Kristy Trowbridge, Title III Administrative Assistant

Spring 2013 saw the successful launch of six new classes for the Title III program: Survey of Electronics, Fundamentals of DC/AC, Welding Safety, and Piping Skills.  Arc Welding, Construction Energy Standards were being offered for the second time and had undergone revision. These new courses were introduced into the Lamar Community College curricula in the hopes of strengthening the current Construction Technology Management A.A.S. and Renewable Energy Technologies A.A.S. read more…



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Lamar Community College will be closed for Memorial Day, May 27th and will reopen May 28th. For more upcoming events please click here:




Jenna Randle, Marketing Director

Every system college recognizes two students for the award. Lamar Community College was proud to recognize Ratna Malkan and Kristina Morben as its 2013 Rising Stars.

Ratna Malkan is currently a full-time student completing her Associate of Science degree. She is actively involved with LCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter in which she is the reporter/historian. Malkan holds two work study positions with the Academic/Student Services and the Biology departments. When she isn’t busy with school, work or other extra-curricular groups, Ratna enjoys playing soccer, reading, as well as traveling. She plans to transfer to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, to continue her goal to become a doctor.

Kristina Morben is a model student-athlete and has thrived at balancing her studies with her responsibilities on the LCC softball team. She is also a work study for Student Life, as the activities planner. Last semester, Kristina organized more than twelve student activities. Morben has also worked in conjunction with the Lamar community to better integrate the school and community. When Kristina is not busy with these activities, she is usually working for her father’s construction business to help pay for school. Kristina is currently working on her Associate of Science degree and plans to transfer to Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

For more information on the Rising Star awards, contact Michael Clark, Student Activities director, at 719.336.6660 or

Photos By: Jenna Randle

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