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“I thought I really knew the industry until I got into teaching. Sometimes I didn’t know the answer,” he said. “I had to explain the concepts in a different way so the students would understand. Now I push their comfort level, ask a lot of questions and challenge them.”
“[My instructor] made me re-write that essay five times, and during that process reminded me that learning is a privilege that takes effort and commitment . . . I have since been forever thankful.”
“I’m proud of my education. It doesn’t matter what discipline you take, education teaches you to think. That’s what CNC did.”
“At CNC I began to enjoy my professors that taught my Bachelor of Arts courses, I felt connected to them, and that was different from when I was down on the coast at college...”
“CNC bridged the gap between the work force and high school. It took the fear out of the whole growing up world. It gave me a path to move onto the next level.”
"I attended CNC in 1974, taking the ECE program. After finishing the program, I took other courses and workshops through the college. When I was working in the field (day care supervisor), I worked with other ECE students in their practicums. My late husband attended CNC taking the Automotive pre-apprenticeship program and then the Heavy Duty and CVIP in the heavy duty shop as well. As the story continues, our daughter Caitlin has taken the Hospitality/Tourism program and because of this program, was allowed to travel to Orlando, Florida to work at Disney World. I think you may have heard similar stories to mine, but I feel that CNC is a family affair ... and we are proud of our college. Thank you!" Julie Pedde (CNC alumni)