Central Community College offers fast-track to workforce

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Student, program numbers both on an upward trend at CCC

  • Central Community College paramedicine students treat a patient simulator in a photo taken pre-pandemic. Cheyenne Massey, left, is a CCC graduate who now works full-time for the Aurora Fire Department.
    Central Community College paramedicine students treat a patient simulator in a photo taken pre-pandemic. Cheyenne Massey, left, is a CCC graduate who now works full-time for the Aurora Fire Department.
More and more high school students hoping to get an early start on their careers are taking the community college path, a strategy benefitting young graduates as well as business and industries looking to hire them. Central Community College has in fact experienced growth in enrollment as well as programs in recent years, a trend which CCC President Matthew Gotschall says reflects a growing…

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