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Platt College congratulates student Amber Wood, the first recipient of the Joe Lee Memorial Scholarship.  Platt College partnered with the Colorado Nurses Foundation (CNF) who facilitated the applications and awarding of the scholarship. The CNF, located in Aurora, is dedicated to improving health care and nursing practice in Colorado, and is devoted to creating nursing excellence through the promotion of educational and scientific activities and community based projects. 

Amber Wood is Colorado native born in raised in the Denver metro area. Being the first one in her family to attend college has made it a long and difficult journey. As most people in medical field, life hardships led her to a career in nursing. She is currently in her senior year of nursing school. Amber currently works at Lutheran Medical center in Wheat Ridge in cancer services department.  Upon graduating nursing school she would like to practice critical care/ emergency medicine.

Pictured (L to R) to recognize and celebrate Ms. Wood's acceptance of the scholarship is Tammy Ewing (Joe Lee's daughter), Brian Lee (Joe Lee's son), Amber Wood (student and scholarship recipient), Dr. Julie Basler, Platt College Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Dr. Jama Goers, Platt College Associate Dean of Nursing.

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Platt College congratulates student Amber Wood, the first recipient of the Joe Lee Memorial Scholarship.  Platt College partnered with the Colorado Nurses Foundation (CNF) who facilitated the applications and awarding of the scholarship. The CNF, located in Aurora, is dedicated to improving health care and nursing practice in Colorado, and is devoted to creating nursing excellence through the promotion of educational and scientific activities and community based projects. 

Amber Wood is Colorado native born in raised in the Denver metro area. Being the first one in her family to attend college has made it a long and difficult journey. As most people in medical field, life hardships led her to a career in nursing. She is currently in her senior year of nursing school. Amber currently works at Lutheran Medical center in Wheat Ridge in cancer services department.  Upon graduating nursing school she would like to practice critical care/ emergency medicine.

Pictured (L to R) to recognize and celebrate Ms. Wood's acceptance of the scholarship is Tammy Ewing (Joe Lee's daughter), Brian Lee (Joe Lee's son), Amber Wood (student and scholarship recipient), Dr. Julie Basler, Platt College Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Dr. Jama Goers, Platt College Associate Dean of Nursing.

Applying to college is an exciting time and Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) wants to help you on your academic journey. Our admissions team is trained to answer your questions, connect you to our vast resources, prepare you for graduation and so much more. Please consider us your personal resource as you chart your course for personal and professional success at CPCC.

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A community college is any postsecondary institution that primarily offers two-year educational programs. Most community colleges provide courses in the liberal arts, as well as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Some schools are entirely dedicated to STEM disciplines and job-training; these institutions are commonly referred to as technical or vocational colleges.

According to the latest data from the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), there are 1,108 community colleges currently operating in the United States; 982 are public colleges, while the rest are classified as independent or tribal schools. Roughly 12.3 million students were enrolled in credit and noncredit community college programs in the fall of 2015. Most community college students are pursuing associate degrees or professional credentials, though some enroll simply to take a few classes.

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