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Nurse aides graduate from RCC-Glenns

On August 2, a class of nine students completed the course requirements for Rappahannock Community College’s Glenns Campus nurse aide program, and will soon join the healthcare workforce. Clinical facilities for the current class were graciously provided by Riverside Sanders Senior Living Community.

Nurse Aides Graduate from RCC Glenns Campus

Nurse Aides Graduate from RCC Glenns Campus

The graduating students were: Jennelle Sills, Chesterfield County; Susan French, Gloucester County; Chrystal Bowen and Christlyn Holmes, King and Queen County; Monica Custalow, April Fogg, and Sunday Mitchell, King William County; Erica Smith, Middlesex County; and Connie Jackowski, West Point.

Funding was provided for some of these students by the Virginia Employment Commission (Kim Kent, 804-333-5095), the Job Assistance Center in Shackelfords (Sherry Pearson, 804-785-2470), and Mattaponi-Pamunkey-Monacan, Inc., an organization dedicated to helping Native American Virginians achieve success through job training and placement. Prospective students who are in need of assistance can also call RCC’s Workforce Development Office (804-758-6750 in Glenns, 804-435-8972 in Kilmarnock, or 804-333-6828 in Warsaw).

New classes for RCC’s nurse aide program will begin soon. Further information is available from program director Karen Taliaferro, who can be reached at 804-333-6875, or at


Photo: Nine students graduated from RCC’s Glenns Campus nurse aide program on August 2. Front row, left to right: Susan French, April Fogg, RCC nurse aide instructor L’tanya Taliaferro, Jennelle Sills, Christlyn Holmes, and Chrystal Bowen. Back row, left to right: Monica Custalow, Sunday Mitchell, Connie Jackowski, and Erica Smith.

One Response to “Nurse aides graduate from RCC-Glenns”

  1. says:

    Great job Tanya!

    Congrats to you and your students!


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