NCCC nursing students volunteer during break

A group from Northwestern Connecticut Community College volunteered during their spring break to help people in medical need in Cookeville, Tenn. for the non-profit organization Remote Area Medical from March 14 to March 17. The group assisted doctors and patients at the clinic. Photo submitted

WINSTED — For many college students spring break means fun in the sun at some beach somewhere or an exquisite trip to a foreign land.

For a group of Northwestern Connecticut Community College (NCCC) Nursing Program students, spring break was about volunteering their vacation time for a good cause.

From March 14 to March 18 the group of NCCC students spent their time volunteering for Remote Area Medical, a non-profit organization.

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