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Nurse Nursing Assistant Program graduates participating in the 2017 Allied Health Sciences Pinning ceremony at Williamsburg Technical College were (from left to right, first row) are Trista Poston – Johnsonville; Dashay Wilson – Kingstree; and Kerri Miller – Andrews. Second row are Brittany Haselden – Johnsonville; Kathie Ard - Nursing Assistant Instructor; and Yalonda Nesmith – Andrews. Five Nursing Assistant Program (CNA) graduates were honored during the recent 2017 Allied Health Sciences Pinning Ceremony at Williamsburg Technical College (WTC). These students are the most recent graduates of the college’s 16-semester-hour Certificate in Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Competency Exam for state certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Ashley Hudson, RN, BSN, CCRN Clinical Educator - Carolinas Hospital System, and guest speaker (left) was joined by Dr. Clifton Elliott, WTC Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs (center) and Dr. Patricia Lee, WTC President (right), following the 2017 WTC Allied Health Sciences Pinning ceremony. Guest speaker at the ceremony was Ashley Hudson, RN, BSN, CCRN Clinical Educator - Carolinas Hospital System. Following the ceremony, Dr. Patricia Lee - WTC’s President, Dr.

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