Welcome to the Student Jobs Board!

Here you will find listings and links to local jobs in the area that are interested in hiring CNCC students.

Employers:

If you an employer with an open position that might be suitable for CNCC students and/or graduates click here to submit a job posting request.

*Note it typically takes 1-2 business days for a job posting to appear on the page after the request is submitted.

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*This page is to serve as a resource for our students and employers, CNCC is not responsible nor liable for the postings on this page and reserves the right to refuse postings.

Postings 

 

Part Time/Full Time Positions  Volunteer Positions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Aviation Maintenance Requirements

Aviation Maintenance students are required to purchase tools by the start of their second semester.

Click here to download the required tool list

This program may have additional requirements necessary to obtain the industry/regulatory certificate as found on the following websites, and students are encouraged to review those requirements prior to enrollment.

Aviation Maintenance, FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) - https://www.faa.gov/

 

For more information contact

 Rangely Director of Aviaition Maintenance Technology                                                                                                             
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Office: (970) 675-3271

National Park Ranger Academy Student Success Stories

 

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Joshua Carico

I graduated from the Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Fall semester 2018.  Since graduating, I remained in the Rangely, Colorado area and worked a season for the Bureau of Land Management as a Recreation Park Ranger in 2019.  I am now employed by the National Park Service assigned to the Gateway Arch National Park as a GL-7 Law Enforcement Ranger.  I attribute my success in becoming a LE Park Ranger to the outstanding training I received at the PRLEA, Rangely, CO.

 

 

MIke Wagner

Mike Wagner

I graduated from the Law Enforcement Academy in May, 2019. I worked for the National Park Service as a fence builder and road maintenance personnel for Wind Cave National Park following the academy. After receiving my EMT certification this winter, I have accepted a position as a Law Enforcement Ranger at Rocky Mountain National Park for the summer 2020 season. The Academy at CNCC provided me with the skills, knowledge, and certifications to help me succeed as a Ranger. 

 

 

 

 

 

Jess Rains

Jess Rains

I graduated from the CNCC PRLEA class 19-01. For my first season, summer 2019, I worked for Yellowstone National Park as a Law Enforcement Ranger. The academy at CNCC is seriously the best. The high quality of instruction and training that I received there prepared me for success in my career with the National Park Service. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Daniel Fiser

I have wanted to be a Park Ranger since I was nine years old and during the Spring of 2019 I started towards that goal. I graduated from the Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy with the class 19-01 in May 2019. The skills that I learned during the Academy gave me a knowledge base from, which I have been able to be a successful Police Officer in Alaska. After graduating the Academy I went to work as a Police Officer in Unalaska Alaska in the Bering Sea and continue to build my skills and confidence as an officer. I was able to get a seasonal position for the 2020 Summer season in Voyageurs National Park as a Federal Law Enforcement Park Ranger this year. I am looking forward to working in Voyageurs National Park and sharing my passion for the Parks and God's beautiful creation with others. 

 

 

Placement Options

Assessment Requirement

Your English and math skills must be assessed before you can take certain classes at CNCC.  There are many different assessments that can be used for placement.  These will help your academic advisor suggest the right classes for your skill level. 

Assessment Options

You must have at least one assessment for each subject area (English and math).  Placement may be different for each subject.  For example, using high school information and SAT scores for math and the guided self-assessment survey for English.

Guided Self-Assessment

  • Documentation Required: None. Your survey results will automatically be sent to CNCC for evaluation and processing.

High School Coursework & GPA

  • High school graduation information can be used if it meets certain criteria:
    • You graduated from high school within the past two years with a 3.0 cumulative GPA (unweighted) and earned a B or higher in 11th grade English and/or
    • You graduated from high school within the past 18 months with a 3.0 cumulative GPA (unweighted) and earned a B or higher in Algebra II, Geometry, or Pre-calculus
  • Documentation Required: Unofficial Transcripts
    • Note: Unofficial transcripts may only be used for placement purposes. Official transcripts may be needed for admissions requirements.

High School Equivalency Diploma

  • GED transcripts showing scores of at least:
    • Reasoning Through Language Arts – 165 and/or
    • Mathematical Reasoning – 165
  • Documentation Required: Unofficial Transcripts
    • Note: Unofficial transcripts may only be used for placement purposes. Official transcripts may be needed for admissions requirements or to transfer credit to CNCC.

Accuplacer Exam Scores

  • The Accuplacer test is an evaluation tool designed to gauge your readiness for college-level courses in math and English.  Test scores are valid for five years.
  • College-ready scores are listed for your reference however the Accuplacer test is not pass/fail and all scores may be used for placement. 
    • Classic Accuplacer – Reading Comprehension – 80 and Sentence Skills 95 | Elementary Algebra – 61 for MAT 120 & 135 or 85 for MAT 121
    • Next-Generation Accuplacer – Writing – 246 | Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics – 250 for MAT 120 & 135 or Advanced Algebra & Functions – 245 for MAT 121
  • Documentation Required: Unofficial Score Report
  • If you have not taken the Accuplacer test, you may take it through CNCC by requesting a testing voucher or by locating and contacting an Accuplacer Test Center near you.

ACT, SAT Exam Scores

  • You completed the test within the past 5 years and meet minimum score requirements.
    • SAT: Evidence-based Reading and Writing – 470 and/or Math – 500
    • ACT: English – 18 and Reading – 17 and/or Math – 19
    • Some math courses require a higher score.  See the Placement Matrix for more details.
  • Documentation Required: Unofficial Score Report

College Credit and Credit for Prior Learning

  • Completed English and/or math coursework with a final grade of C or better.
  • Completed Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP, and/or DSST exams with passing scores. 
  • Documentation Required: Unofficial Transcripts
    • Note: Unofficial transcripts may only be used for placement purposes. Official transcripts must be provided in order to transfer credit to CNCC.

Contact Information:

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Phone: (970) 824-1128 - Craig 
Phone: (970) 675-3251 - Rangely

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About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two campuses are located in Craig and Rangely and are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado.

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