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Ten graduate from RCCs Glenns Campus nurse aide program

Ten students have recently completed the course requirements for the nurse aide program at Rappahannock Community College’s Glenns Campus. Clinical facilities were graciously provided by Riverside Convalescent Center in Saluda. Pictured, left to right: RCC nurse aide instructor Susie Lewis; students Amanda Byrd of Middlesex County; Kathryn Lynn, King and Queen County; Coleta Vidal, New Kent County; Mary Wyatt, King and Queen County; Melissa Daul, Mathews County; Barbra Furr, Gloucester County; and RCC nurse aide instructor Tanya Taliaferro. Not pictured: Nicole Smith and Timothy Tucker, both of King and Queen County; Jessica Creekmore, Mathews County; and Jessica King, Middlesex County.

Several of these students received funding from the Workforce Investment Act Adult Program (supplied by the Area XIII Bay Consortium Workforce Investment Board through the Virginia Employment Commission), the Job Assistance Center in Shackelfords, and the Virginia Community College System’s On-ramp Program (coordinated through RCC’s Workforce Development Office).

New classes for RCC’s nurse aide program will begin soon. Prospective students who are in need of assistance can call Kim Kent at the Virginia Employment Commission (804-333-5095), Sherry Pearson at the Job Assistance Center (804-785-2470), or RCC’s Workforce Development Office (804-758-6750 in Glenns, 804-435-8972 in Kilmarnock, or 804-333-6828 in Warsaw). Further information is available from the director of RCC’s nurse aide program, Karen Taliaferro; she can be reached at 804-333-6875, or at ktaliaferro@rappahannock.edu.

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