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NETC Graduated 26 students from the Nursing Program

Row 1- Whitney Williams, Lori Brayboy, Mary Jo Black, Shaina McCall, Pamela Depugh, Hailey Danielle Deese Row 2- Janae Washington, Elizabeth Tarlton, Kiiursti Brigman, Victoria Turner, Vanessa Davis, Brandi Roselli, Iris Davis, Nikita Zinnerman, Erin Allison Row 3- Nancy White, RN, MSN, Instructor, Tryna Graves, Brandi Sessoms, Quinsh'a Jones, Chanta Ratley, Jeffrey Wilson, Jonathan J. Palacios, August Dawkins, Stephane Edmond, Brandie Hylton Stephanie Hamilton Not Pictured- Alissa Williams

Twenty-Six students graduated from Northeastern Technical College with their Associate Degree in Nursing. Students received their pins on Friday, May 10, 2019, on the NETC Cheraw Campus.

Dr. Kyle Wagner, NETC president, began the ceremony by welcoming attendees and offering the college's congratulations to the nursing class on their achievement.

Nursing Graduates include:
Nursing Graduates include:
Erin M. Allison of Bennettsville
Mary Jo Black of Bennettsville
Lori Jo Brayboy of McColl
Kiiursti Shadae Brigman of Mullins
August Dawkins-Benjamin of Lake View
Iris Davis of Latta
Vanessa Davis of Society Hill
Pamela Depugh of Darlington
Hailey Deese of Mt Croghan
Stephanie Edmond of Pageland
Tryna Graves of Fork
Stephanie Hamilton of Wallace
Brandie Hylton of Lancaster
Quinsh'a Jones of Cheraw
Shaina McCall of Bennettsville
Jonathan Palacios of Darlington
Chanta Ratley of Bennettsville
Brandi Roselli of Darlington
Elizabeth Tarlton of Wadesboro
Victoria Turner of Dillon
Alissa Williams of Blenheim
Whitney Williams of Darlington
Jeffrey Wilson of Marion
Nikita Zinnerman of Cheraw

Two nursing graduates were recognized for their academic achievement during the program. Quinsh'a Jones received the Award for Outstanding Clinical Performance, and Brandie Hylton received the Award for Registered Nursing Academic Excellence.

After intensive studying and clinical rotations, Graduates were ready to celebrate the significant milestone on their pathway to a noble career as a registered nurse. The nursing program prepares students to take the National Council of Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX) to become fully licensed registered nurses (RN).

During the ceremony, students dedicated their nursing pins and explained the significance of the three symbols of nursing: the cap symbolizes service to those in need; the nursing pin symbolizes medical care for the wounded and sick, and the lighted lamp symbolizes the continued search for knowledge and enlightenment.

Each graduate of the nursing program wore a nursing cap and received a pin and symbolic lamp, which was lighted by graduates as they recited the Nightingale Pledge in memory of pioneer of modern nursing Florence Nightingale.

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