Classes are all finished for some college students, now comes the tough task of finding a job.
Over 400 students received their college diploma Wednesday during commencement ceremonies for Pitt Community College.
They were held inside Minges Coliseum. Former Pitt Community College Student, Darrell Robinson, addressed the graduating class.
Robinson, who was 33 years old when he enrolled at PCC, graduated and is now an attorney.
The spring commencement graduated almost half of the 846 students expected to graduate this year.
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