Ceremony Celebrates Hard Work by Nurse Aide Students

To recognize the hard work of their students this past semester, faculty of Columbus Technical College’s nurse aide program recently hosted a special party. About 70 students total were the guests of honor. Along with the traditional college students, there were  dually-enrolled students from Harris and Muscogee Counties high schools as well as a group of individuals taking the nurse aide course for continuing eduation and/or economic development purposes. Columbus Tech is proud of all their students’ accomplishments and wish them well as they continue their educational and career journey.

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Nurse Aide instructor Sandra McConnell (front/left) and CTC President Lorette M. Hoover with the Fall 2013 class of students from the College.

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The Economic Development class with instructor Elizabeth “Dawn” Noland (in black) and CTC President Lorette M. Hoover (far right).

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Students from Harris County High School enrolled in the CTC Nurse Aide program are pictured with instructor Cheryl Lary (front row far right) and President Lorette M. Hoover.
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Columbus Tech nurse aide program director Donna Ballard (front/far left) and CTC President Lorette M. Hoover (back/far left) pose with Muscogee county high school students enrolled in the program.