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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Another group of students accepted degrees at Darton College 381 students graduated.

Many of them will continue their education, some of them told us they're confident their Darton degree will help them find a job.

Others are nervous about their job prospects.

"I'm a college graduate of course it's going to help me out, two people competing for the same job you're going to pick the one with the degree I hope," said Alexander S. Villalta, Graduate.

"I am a little nervous about it but what can you do I'm just going to continue forward and hope there's a good job for me," said Amber Albritton, Graduate.

"People say there are not going to a nursing shortage anymore, but I think there is always that going to be sick people, ones who need to be taken care of, education is always going to be there and that's what I want to do I want to be a nursing instructor some day," said Larissa K. Adelantar, Graduate.

105 students in the graduating class earned nursing degrees.


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