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The North Country is a great place to learn

Editorial

CCC’s nursing program should be a significant source of pride for the institution, and the region should be proud that such skilled, patient-oriented nurses graduate from the school.

It’s not an easy program to get into and it is rigorous to complete, but that, among other aspects, is what distinguishes it.

Whether it be educating college students, training or retraining the workforce, or treading in the forefront of today’s technology, the school has consistently impressed.

Graduates of any of the school’s programs consistently say they were overwhelmed by how much they learned at the school, humbled by the professionalism and helpfulness of their professors and feel prepared to go on to the next stage of their lives, whether it be the workforce or a transfer to a four-year school, usually Plattsburgh State, another stellar institution this community is fortunate to have.

The faculty and staff at CCC, NCCC and ACC excel in their roles.

Faculty members don’t hide the fire for the job — it is in their eyes, at the tips of their fingers and it dances off their tongues as they describe their courses and students. Students are fortunate to have knowledgeable professionals who care deeply.

CCC now enjoys a diverse class, hungry to learn and hopeful for the future.

Whether they come from China or Clinton County, and whether they are 18 or 50, they are in good hands and on the path to a bright future.

Adirondack and North Country community colleges are no doubt excited about their incoming classes as well and eager to delve into a new school year.

No matter which of these institutions students choose, they will not be disappointed with the education they receive.

Comments should be directed to denpubs@denpubs.com

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