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Students graduate from WTC Practical Nursing program

  • Tuesday, August 19, 2014

STUDENTS GRADUATING FROM WTC Practical Nursing program included: (front row, from left) Ashley Kinder of Coward, Suzette McKenzie of Andrews, Denise Jordan of Florence, Natalie Poston of Johnsonville, Decreasa Durant of Florence, (second row, from left) Melissa Forster of Coward, Olivia Reynolds of Kingstree, Shenay Sefer of Kingstree, Casey Watford of Coward, Alyssa McCoy of Pamplico, Shannon Burgess of Lane, (top row, from left) Jessica O’Quinn of Moncks Corner, Rachel Burgess of Lake City, Loren Thompson of Kingstree, Stuart Miles, II of Scranton, Mary Bethea of Summerville, Britney Richardson of Florence, Gregory Scott of Kingstree, Sydney Cook of Hannah-Pamplico, and Nica Floyd of New Zion. PHOTO PROVIDED

Twenty students in the Williamsburg Technical College (WTC) Practical Nursing (PN) program received their nursing pins and certificates of completion for the year-long rigorous program which enables them to sit for the practical nursing licensing board exams.

During the ceremony where family and friends gathered in the WTC auditorium, students were congratulated by WTC President Dr. Patty A. Lee and Vice President for Academic Affairs Clifton Elliott. Guest speaker for the ceremony was Williamsburg Regional Hospital Chief Nursing Officer Bambi Floyd. She urged the graduates to always treat their patients as if they were their own family. Student speaker Suzette McKenzie followed up Floyd’s comments by describing how the students were more like family than fellow classmates.

Members of the 2015 Practical Nursing class have already participated in orientation for their upcoming first semester of study.

For more information on the WTC PN program, call (843) 355-4130.

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