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The Delaware Tech Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education division held a June 6, 2017 graduation ceremony for students who successfully completed a Workforce Training program. Students honored and acknowledged during the ceremony were:

 

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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant: Meredith Abbate, Maria Cantoran, Javanna Clark, Deborah Dennis, Lisa Dickson, Marjorie Fields, Doris Ginsburg, Swan Hammock, Stephanie Hicken, Kathleen Schenck, Brenda Taggart, Shantice Wise and Davera Wright.

Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist: Deborah Dennis, Lisa Dickson, Marjorie Fields, Doris Ginsburg, Stephanie Hicken, Sonja McRant, Valorie Rease, Deanna Sterling, Brenda Taggart and Melvert Washington, Jr.

Certified EKG Technician: Doris Herold.

Certified Nursing Assistant: Tiffany Alexander, Shemira Anderson, Yvonne Blamoh, Whitney Brown, Lauren Byler, Jasmin Caldwell, Marjuan Collick-Martin, Laseanna Cornish, Eliza Hartwell, Amber Hensley, Marshay Johnson, Shelly Long, Cynthia Myers, Laura Myers, Nahshon Newson, Tonya Paras, Joseph Perna, Janet Sarpong, Morgan Shahan, Stevi Slavin and Ashley Wagner.

Certified Patient Care Technician: Addie Hugelmeyer, Marsha Karnes, Eleanor Roberson and Justin Scott.

Certified Pharmacy Technician: Jayda Durham, Rahiem Lecato, Laynie Mango, Brittany Plante, Mark Starr, Cory Tabibian and Lawrence Wright.

Certified Phlebotomy Technician: Carlita Bush, Jazlynn Billups, Sharlee Bishop, Kijah Goldsberry, Hilda Guardado, Shechinah Harris, Alexis Huff, Melissa Kaminiski, Jessica Larsen, Danielle Mashburn, Jena Melvin, James Muzzy, Chuks Nwaogbo, Tiffany Ortiz, Ikea Paddy, Breanna Painter, Nicole Roddy, Donald Swiggett and Alaina Vanderziel.

Medical Billing and Coding: Patrice Brathwaite, Cheri Chavis, Tiffany Crowder, Melissa Edwards, Amber Salinski, Pauline Smith, Amanda Vieira and Vernisha Waters.

Office Specialist: Ermina Bettinger, Evon Haley, Sarah Harris, Hidemi Kuklok, Brenda Lamptey, Saki Manuel, Jeanne Nelson, Kayla Ruhm, Ashley Scharer, Amanda Ton and Amanda Walker.

Out of School Youth: Jason Adams, Edwin Dooley, Miranda Estep, Faith Hall, Reno Hart, Sarah Perry, Ariel Peters and Brittany Wheeler.

For additional information on Delaware Tech Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education programs, individuals should email terry-workforcedevelopment@dtcc.edu or call (302) 857-1400.

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