(Shelby, NC)- Students in the Cleveland Community College Radiography Program were honored with a pinning ceremony on Thursday, April 24, in the Student Activities Center on the CCC campus. Ceremony speaker was Dr. Michael Wehmueller of Shelby Radiological Associates and Cleveland Regional Medical Center. Cleveland Community College Discipline Coordinator of Radiography Alease Rousseau presented the class of 2014 with their pins. The ceremony concluded with lighting of candles and recitation of the Radiographer’s Code of Ethics.
Cleveland Community College’s Radiography program accepts 20 students each year. Interviews and selections are highly competitive. For more information visit: http://www.clevelandcc.edu.
Row 1, l-r: Megan Garcia, Laci Ford, Kelly Elledge, Kylie Murray
Row 2, l-r: Jessica Hamrick, Kinsey Williams, Callie Nartowicz
Row 3, l to r: Rachel McDaniel, Sierra Blanton, Tavian Tate
Row 4, l-r: Clinical Coordinator, Radiography Lee Ann Mayse and Discipline Coordinator, Radiography Alease Rousseau
(Shelby, NC) – The following students were named Golden LEAF Foundation scholarship winners for the fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters at Cleveland Community College.
The Golden LEAF Foundation has provided $750,000 for fiscal year 2013-14 for the Golden LEAF Scholars Program – Two-Year Colleges. This program will provided scholarships of up to $750 during the fall and spring terms for curriculum degree seeking students and up to $250 for qualified occupational education. The scholarship funds are limited to tuition, books, fees, supplies, credential testing fees for mid-skills training courses, and childcare services and transportation necessary to fulfill student educational requirements.
(Shelby, NC) – Five students from the EMT program at Cleveland Community College were recently awarded individual scholarships of $750. The State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation established a Continuing Education Scholarship Program in 2012 to help remove financial barriers for students seeking to gain new and/or upgrade current job-related skills.
The target groups for the program are unemployment insurance claimants, unemployed and underemployed adults, military veterans, and members of the North Carolina National Guard.
With the addition of the Continuing Education Scholarship Program, the SECU Foundation’s annual commitment to the North Carolina Community College System is over $1,000,000.
Pictured left to right: Joshua Worsham, Keegan Sylvester, SECU Representative-Todd Currin, Ashley Carroll, and Javier Littlejohn. Not pictured: Austin Butler.