Spring nursing classes to go on
While the future of the Mifflin-Juniata Career and Technology Center remains uncertain, practical nursing students at the school were offered some security at a Joint Operating Committee meeting held Tuesday in Mifflintown.
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#1 Mar 23, 2013
What are they thinking???? Not everyone is intelletually or financially capable of going to college. Everyone has their own set of skills and place in the world. Where would we be without autobody repair persons, mechanics, building trades persons, cosmetologists? It s a wonderful opportunity for kids to learn a trade and be able to go directly into the workforce after high school and be productive ctizens and stay out of trouble on the streets. Mind and body occupied with a career gives a great sense of self worth, something high school alone doesn't always do for our yong folks. My father would be so disappointed o know that all he worked for may simply disappear and leave the adults of the future fewer options.
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