Southwest Colorado Community College expands nursing programs

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Southwest Colorado Community College expands nursing programs

Community college to offer bachelor’s degrees
Jaclyn Hall, right, who is studying to become a nurse, learns about patient breathing from Anna Kathy Vaughn, who teaches at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Ashley Fetterman is studying to become a nurse at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Tomena Goodwin learns how to use a bag valve mask to support a patient’s breathing at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Reanne Irving practices using a stethoscope as part of the nursing program through Southwest Colorado Community College.
Tonya Nelson, Kathleen McInnis and Maggie LaRose listen to Erin White, marketing director of Pueblo Community College, speak Wednesday at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Anna Kathy Vaughn teaches student Tomena Goodwin how to use a bag valve mask to support a patient’s breathing as part of the nursing program through Southwest Colorado Community College.

Southwest Colorado Community College expands nursing programs

Jaclyn Hall, right, who is studying to become a nurse, learns about patient breathing from Anna Kathy Vaughn, who teaches at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Ashley Fetterman is studying to become a nurse at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Tomena Goodwin learns how to use a bag valve mask to support a patient’s breathing at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Reanne Irving practices using a stethoscope as part of the nursing program through Southwest Colorado Community College.
Tonya Nelson, Kathleen McInnis and Maggie LaRose listen to Erin White, marketing director of Pueblo Community College, speak Wednesday at Southwest Colorado Community College.
Anna Kathy Vaughn teaches student Tomena Goodwin how to use a bag valve mask to support a patient’s breathing as part of the nursing program through Southwest Colorado Community College.
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