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Nurse aides graduate from both RCC campuses

On August 2, three classes of students attending Rappahannock Community College’s Warsaw and Glenns Campus nurse aide programs completed the course requirements for graduation. Clinical facilities for the Warsaw groups were graciously provided by The Orchard, a nearby senior living community. Also, through arrangements with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, the nurse aide graduates will now be able to take their certification test locally rather than having to travel to Richmond.

RCC Nurse Aide Graduates

Soon to begin work at area health care facilities are 29 new nurse aides. These are: Michelle DeCristofaro and Charlene Thompson, Colonial Beach; Michelle Carlton, Perrielle Cobb, and Courtney Smith, all of Essex County; Tina Bartelli, Vicki Jutras, and Sara Smith, all of Gloucester County; Stephanie Harper and Karen Potter, King and Queen County; Jennifer Waddill, King William County; Keyona Butler, Thebra Lawrence, Corrine Ludwig, Charlette Redmond, and Lynn Walls, all of Lancaster County; Alondra Carter, Kendra Harcum, Janna Riley, and Whitley Sanders, all of Northumberland County; Cordelia Epps and Eric Fallin, Richmond County;  and Claudia Battle, Amorn Clayton, Lauren Jump, Brittany King, Keisha Newman, Danica Smith, and Konisha Turner, all of Westmoreland County.

RCC Nurse Aide Graduates

The Workforce Investment Act Adult Program sponsored the training of a number of these students, with funding supplied by the Area XIII Bay Consortium Workforce Investment Board through the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) Workforce Center. Students wishing to take advantage of this funding should call the VEC’s Len Stewart at 804-333-3675. Financial support was also provided by the Lancaster County Department of Social Services, through the VIEW program (Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare), and by RCC’s Workforce Development Office through the Virginia Community College System On-Ramp Program, which supports career pathways planning as well as providing financial assistance to help students who have lost their jobs enroll in college programs that will improve their workforce skills and employability.

RCC Nurse Aide Graduates

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 ktaliaferro@rappahannock.edu.

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