Eleven students graduated this week, signifying completion of the Pearl River Community College Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in Hattiesburg. The graduation ceremony was held at the Woodall Center. The students included Caitlin Houtz of Hattiesburg, Jaleel Graham of Lumberton, Nina Covington of Hattiesburg, Angelia Howard of Quitman, Lentoria Ashford of Hattiesburg, Tekyah Turner of McComb, Shonteah Fairley of Prentiss, David Beck of Mendenhall, Suzanne Dunn of Hattiesburg, Juawanda Duncan of Hattiesburg and Jordan Minter of Hattiesburg. CCMA instructor is Marissa Brandon and workforce project manager for the CCMA program is Michael Yarbrough. This is the second CCMA class to graduate from PRCC since the program began in 2019. A third class begins Aug. 24 and applications are currently being accepted for the spring 2021 class.
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