Community college pathways to medical school and family medicine residency training
Annals of Family Medicine
U.S. medical school graduates who attended community college were more likely to train in family medicine, suggesting community college is an important pathway for increasing the primary care workforce, a new study shows.
JPMorgan Chase funds nursing program targeting Chicago’s Latino community
DailyNurse (with audio)
JPMorgan Chase has announced that it will be helping to fund a new two-year community college to prepare low-income Chicago residents for jobs in nursing and other high-demand fields.
Concern raised over 4-year/community college competition, structure
After state lawmakers demanded a funding formula proposal for their colleges, a couple of school presidents worried about competing for students with schools that have loose enrollment requirements. But these weren’t four-year college presidents talking about West Virginia’s community colleges. It was the other way around.
Nashville State Community College’s new president looks to create a welcoming campus
Nashville State Community College’s new president has a goal for her school to be one of Tennessee’s largest in the state.
New York college to sell dorms for transitional housing
Clinton Community College says it plans to sell its dorms to a buyer who plans to use them as a campus for people struggling with opioid addictions, mental illness and homelessness.