Nursing program alum Kelli Finlay (2018) says she chose UCC for her education because it was local and because of the reputation the program maintains.
“Something I had always dreamed about doing ever since I came back from my first mission trip to Guatemala, was to one day be able to go down there and help in the medical field."
For students like Daniel and Krista, Wolf Creek Job Corps is a life line. Both Douglas County residents would face homelessness and live life with no direction without it.
"The Nursing program was something that has and will continue to be very important and special in my life."
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