Mayor Shares Many Reasons for Showing Compassion

“Where ever the need is, that is where I am going to go.” Mayor Julia Nelson
Thank you so much to Julia Nelson, Mayor of Manning, for speaking with our students today! Our theme of the day was “Compassion”, and Mayor Nelson shared so much with us about the compassion of Clarendon County during the recent historic South Carolina floods. We commend her for her leadership through that time and for being the wonderful role model that she is!  Her words and actions speak “Compassion.”
Each month, Clarendon County has chosen a character word to emphasize to all of its citizens.  We at Clarendon County Adult Education use those character words as the theme for our monthly student recognition program.  This month, that word is compassion, and we could think of no one better to demonstrate compassion in action than the Mayor of Manning, Julia Nelson.  After her address, we celebrated several of our students’ accomplishments and an overall very successful Fall semester!
We’re happy to share that we’ve had seven graduates, fifteen students have earned their Career Readiness Certificate through ACT/WorkKeys, and forty-two students have made academic gains.  Congratulations to all!
AIMG_1328 (3) IMG_1306 (2) IMG_1307 (2) IMG_1309 IMG_1310 IMG_1311 IMG_1313 IMG_1314 (2) IMG_1314 (3) IMG_1315 IMG_1316 IMG_1319 IMG_1322 IMG_1331 (2) IMG_1334 IMG_1338 IMG_1341 IMG_1343 IMG_1345 IMG_1347 IMG_1348 IMG_1349 IMG_1351 IMG_1353 IMG_1354 IMG_1355 IMG_1356


Central Carolina Technical College has been monitoring the weather and based on the Governor declaring a State of Emergency, all CCTC campuses will be closed on Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 due to inclement weather. All campuses will remain on a normal operating schedule for the remainder of today, Thursday, Jan. 20. Further announcements will be available on social media and

Last Updated: Thursday, January 20th, 2022 at 12:51 PM

See Alert History
Scroll to Top of Page