Nurse Aide II Graduates Recognized In Ceremony | Eastern North Carolina Now

The Nurse Aide Program at Beaufort County Community College held a recognition and open house in honor of students completing their Nurse Aide II studies in Washington.

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Nurse Aide II graduates and their instructors pose for a photograph. They are, left to right, Instructor Anne Davenport, students Monique Burton, James DeMetro and Elizabeth Baucom and Healthcare Programs Coordinator Sue Gurley. Not pictured are Latoya Farrow and Nakia Johnson.
    The Nurse Aide Program at Beaufort County Community College held a recognition and open house in honor of students completing their Nurse Aide II studies in Washington.

    Students completing the program were Nakia Johnson of Engelhard, Latoya Farrow of Pinetown and Elizabeth Baucom, Monique Burton and James DeMetro of Washington.

    During the recognition ceremony, each graduate was presented a certificate in honor of their completion of the program. A reception in the Nurse Aide Classroom in Building 12 followed the ceremony.

    For more information about BCCC's Nurse Aide Program, interested persons should contact Sue Gurley, Healthcare Programs coordinator, at 252-940-6263 or by email at

    Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college committed to accessible and affordable quality education, effective teaching, relevant training, and lifelong learning opportunities for the people served by the College.
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