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Five graduate from RCC’s nurse aide program

A class of five students has recently completed the course requirements for Rappahannock Community College’s Warsaw Campus nurse aide program, graduating on July 25. Clinical facilities for the class were graciously provided by The Orchard, a nearby senior living community, which also hosted the graduation ceremonies.

RCC Nurse Aide Graduates

RCC Nurse Aide Graduates

The graduating students were: Jessica Fortune and Shantae Harris, both of Essex County; Vicki Voegel, King William County; and Rose Kelly and Clarissa Thompson, both of Westmoreland County.

New classes for RCC’s nurse aide program will begin soon. Further information is available from Karen Taliaferro, the director of RCC’s nurse aide programs, who can be reached at 804-333-6875, or at Prospective students of the program who are in need of financial assistance should call the Virginia Employment Commission (Kim Kent, 804-333-5095), the Job Assistance Center in Shackelfords (804-785-2470), or RCC’s Workforce Development Office (804-758-6750 in Glenns, or 804-333-6828 in Warsaw).

Photo: Five students graduated from RCC’s Warsaw Campus nurse aide program on July 25. Left to right: VEC representative Kim Kent; RCC nurse aide instructor Susie Lewis; and students Jessica Fortune, Clarissa Thompson, Shantae Harris, Rose Kelly, and Vicki Voegel.

One Response to “Five graduate from RCC’s nurse aide program”

  1. Pat Jones says:

    Is there financial assistance available for the nurses aide program?

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