PDCCC Nursing and Allied Health completion ceremonies set

RN Program 2019photo by Precious Memories Photography, Paula Hasson
Paul D. Camp Community College nursing and allied health students will celebrate the completion of their programs on Wednesday, May 8, at the college’s regional workforce development center.
At 12:30 p.m., the Allied Health Completion Ceremonies get underway for emergency medical technician/emergency medical services, phlebotomy, and pharmacy technician program students.
The Nursing Completion Ceremonies begin at 6 p.m. and will include pinning for both practical nursing and registered nursing program students.
These ceremonies provide recognition to students from nursing and allied health faculty and acknowledgement of students that they are ready for commitment to their respective careers.
The week of graduation activities will culminate with the 48th Annual Paul D. Camp Community College Commencement Ceremony to be held Friday, May 10, at the workforce development center, 100 N. College Drive, Franklin.
For more information about the college’s nursing and allied health programs, email Tasha Taylor, ttaylor@pdc.edu, or visit www.pdc.edu.