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Wiregrass Georgia Technical College Practical Nursing (LPN) students received their nursing pins in a recent pinning ceremony on the Ben Hill-Irwin Campus.
The nursing pins not only signify hard work and dedication but are also a physical symbol of their transition into nursing. The pinning ceremony is more than a nursing tradition, it is a symbol of the nursing students’ hard work and dedication toward their coursework and clinicals. Not only does it mark the completion of student coursework, but this ceremony honors nursing graduates who will work in a career where they will have to be selfless for the good of others.
The ceremony gives a grand send-off to nursing students signaling the end of their academic career and at the same time launching them into the professional world that welcomes them.
Students receiving their pins include Katelyn Harris, Ocilla; Jennifer Hill, Fitzgerald; Shakarla King, Fitzgerald; Sherry McMorrow, Ocilla; Alejandra Martinez, Fitzgerald; and Alexis Rish, Douglas. The keynote speaker was Melvaine Melton-Smith Heiress. These students also graduated from the program and participated in the Spring and Summer Commencement ceremony held on July 13 at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center.
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