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Nebraska joined the Union as the 37th state on March 1, 1867. Northern Nebraska is bordered by South Dakota, with the Missouri River covering about a quarter of that border and the entire eastern part of Nebraska’s borders with Iowa and Missouri. The southern border with Kansas was established when the two territories were created under the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854. In the southwest of the state, the Colorado borders form a right angle (south and west), forming a handle. Nebraska, west of the border with Wyoming.

Lincoln, in the southeastern part of the state, is the capital. As one of the Midwestern states of the United States, Nebraska was the principal staging post for those who migrated to the wealthy trapper nations of the north and west, and to the settlements and mountain frontiers of the mountain and Pacific regions. half of the 19th century. With the development of the railroads after the American Civil War (1861-65) and subsequent immigration, Nebraska’s fertile soils were plowed up and pastures developed. As a result, the state has been a major food producer since the formation of the state.

Rivers are important to the geography and settlement of Nebraska. Most Nebraskans live near the Missouri and Platte Rivers, and much of the state is sparsely populated. The Missouri River was an important highway crossing west of the Mississippi River in the early 19th century. The Platte River has also played an important role in Nebraska’s history. In fact, the state’s name comes from the Hindi word Oto Nebrathka (“flat water”), which refers to Platte.

Top CNA Schools


Northeast Community College

Originally established in 1973, Northeast Community College is a 2-year community college system which serves the population living in the northeast region of the state. The college’s main headquarters and primary campus are located in Norfolk; however, NCC offers a wide variety of programs which include liberal arts, vocational and technical programs, as well as continuing education programs. NCC maintains additional satellite campuses which serve residents in 20 different counties in the northeast.

Central Community College

Central Community College offers students a 76 contact-hour Nursing Assistant training course that meets all standards set forth by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. Founded in 1966, is a 2-year college with three campuses located in Columbus, Grand Islan, and Hastings. CCC also maintains learning centers in Kearny, Lexington, and Holdrege. It represents one of six different regional community colleges in Nebraska.

Southeast Community College

Southeast Community College is a system serving the southeast area of the state. The SCC community college system is made up of three main campuses in Lincoln, Beatrice, and Milford, and over 20 off-campus sites in 15 different counties. The Certified Nursing Assistant offering is a mixed in-class/online course with 100 contact hours of didactic instruction and discussion, lab skills practice, and clinical instruction.

Nebraska Methodist College

Methodist College, in Omaha, Nebraska, is a non-profit institution founded in 1981. NMC offers students associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees—all in the nursing field and allied health professions. NMC offers students two different methods of earning their CNA certification—an intensive NMC course of four weeks that takes place on campus or an online course that can be completed in one year.

Metropolitan Community College

Metropolitan Community College, founded in 1971 and headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, is a public school that serves students enrolled in colleges that provide associate degrees as well as technical and vocational training. MCC maintains multiple campuses in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area and serves students coming from Sarpy, Douglas, Washington and Dodge counties. Together with Nebraska's other community colleges, MCC represents the largest post-secondary educational institution in the state.

Source: https://www.topnursing.org/cna/programs/nebraska/

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