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From The Dean

You’ve chosen to join us at an exciting period in the school’s history.  We’re expanding our roster of programs.  We will be celebrating the school’s 20th anniversary. There is growing interest from applicants from all over the world – Ethiopia, Nigeria, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Sri Lanka, just to name a few.  It’s the most diverse environment we’ve ever had, an important feature in itself as the world becomes increasingly multinational and multilingual.

But more exciting to me personally is your visit here today, even if all you do is read my message to you.  The reason is that it signifies an important first step.

Maybe you’re dissatisfied with your current job, or you may not have one.  Maybe you’ve always wanted to be a nurse but life got in the way, or you had never considered a nursing or healthcare career before.  Whatever anyone’s particular reason, the common theme running through them is the desire for change.

There is nothing as rewarding or difficult as education.    Since the brain is a muscle, I consider all students athletes.  It can be a lonely pursuit, but only if you let it.  You don’t have to run the marathon alone.  We are all here to help you along your way, whatever the road may look like, whatever obstacles you may face, and especially when you feel like giving up.  We all have a singular goal: your success.

Katherine Ahn, Principal

Central Nursing College

Introduction

Central Nursing College was founded in 1995.

Since its inception, the school has garnered countless awards and commendations for successful training and placement of hundreds upon hundreds of caring, quality allied health care professionals.

This trend toward dynamic excellence is carried over into the changes that centered around gaining approval by the Board of Vocational Nurses and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) to operate a Vocational Nursing program under the new name Central Nursing College.

Central Nursing College continually seeks to provide training programs that will best serve the changing demands of students, business, industry, and the community at large.

t it.  You don’t have to run the marathon alone.  We are all here to help you along your way, whatever the road may look like, whatever obstacles you may face, and especially when you feel like giving up.  We all have a singular goal: your success.

Katherine Ahn, Principal

Central Nursing College

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