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.


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).

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.
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.