Frances Clark graduated from the Rappahannock Community College nursing program in the early 1990s.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Rappahannock Community College.
RCC graduates form the backbone of the regional economy—healthcare providers, bankers, lawyers, small business owners and trades people. It’s hard to go through a day without being served by an RCC alum in some way.
RCC’s Faces of 50 spotlights alum, like Frances Clark.
Clark grew up in a small town in South Carolina and went off to the University of South Carolina to major in art. But then life happened. She fell in love, got married, and moved to Montross where she realized she needed skills in order to get a job.
Not really knowing what she wanted to do she took her mother’s advice—her mom and sister were nurses—to study nursing and was accepted…
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