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A high school in Alexandria, Minn., has developed a unique program that allows students to become Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and help fill a pressing need for senior care workers.
Partially funded by Ecumen Bethany Community in Alexandria, the program allows high school students to get college credit and CNA certification at no cost to them.
A recent story in the Alexandria Echo Press profiles the program.