The School of Paralegal Studies Hires Froemke to Teach Legal Classes
Michelle Froemke has been hired to provide life-changing career training to those students seeking new careers as paralegals in 19 month or less.
Longmont, CO (June 26, 2014): IBMC College announced today that Michelle Froemke has been hired to teach students in the School of Paralegal Studies at IBMC College’s Longmont campus.
In this particular field, students can train for new career as a paralegal in 19 months or less, when following the prescribed coursework in the degree or certificate program. As an adjunct instructor, with field and industry experience, Froemke will assist students who are seeking entry-level opportunities in the legal field.
Students will receive Microsoft Office Specialist certification and learn how to prepare legal documents, conduct client and witness interviews, substantiate matters of the law and train for career opportunities in law offices, real estate firms, banking fields, government agencies and title companies.
Froemke is a 2010 graduate of IBMC College’s School of Paralegal Studies’ Paralegal Degree program herself. She currently works for Vahrenwald, Johnson & McMahill, LLC in Fort Collins as a Legal Assistant. In 2011-2012 she was employed as a Paralegal and Administrator at Riley and Robbins, LLC in Boulder and served as Receptionist and Legal Assistant for Liggett, Smith & Johnson, PC in Fort Collins in 2009-2011. Her other professional training includes positions as Office Manager, Community Manager and Corporate Administrative Assistant for a variety of companies.
IBMC College offers Diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degree programs in business, computer support, cosmetology, healthcare, massage therapy and paralegal fields. As prescribed, select career training programs can be completed in 6-19 months.
IBMC is currently enrolling students for the upcoming August 4th class start. For more information on the School of Paralegal Studies at IBMC College in Longmont, 2315 North Main Street, please call (303) 651-6819 or visit www.ibmc.edu.