Washington State Community College recognizes summer graduates

MARIETTA — Washington State Community College has recognized 38 summer graduates.

“We are proud of the dedication it takes to finish a degree or certificate, especially during the summer months when many people are focused on vacation and relaxation. These students show the type of commitment that future employers will find invaluable,” said college President Vicky Wood.

The college conferred 23 associate degrees and 15 certificates. Students will be formally recognized during the commencement ceremony that will be held next spring.

Graduates were:

* Accounting Certificate: Ashley Eltringham, Parkersburg.

* Automotive Technology – Diesel Truck Systems: Nicholas Durst, Pomeroy.

* Business Management Technology: William Budgett, Marietta; Aliyah Moore, Marietta; Emma Wentz, Mobile, Ala.

* Chemical Operator CertificateL Rusty St. Marys.

* Cyber Security and Investigation: Seth Jones, Marietta.

* Electrical Engineering Technology-ICE: Devin Winstanley, Marietta.

* Health and Wellness Technology: Courtney Miller, Vincent.

* Liberal Arts Transfer: Espn Hartline, Marietta; Madison Lee, Marietta; Ava Wright, Marietta.

* Massage Therapy Certificate: Jennifer Clatterbuck, Marietta; Tyler Coleman, McConnelsville; Farrah Forshey, Marietta; Payton Jackson, Little Hocking; Lisa Jensen, Vienna; Christine Lyons, Marietta; Brooke Miller, Ravenswood; Courtney Miller, Vincent; Sierra Moore, McConnelsville; Donna Spader, Vienna; Alyssa Walker, Lowell.

* POBA Certificate: Jonathan Schwendeman, Marietta.

* Radiologic Technology: Madison Asbury, Parkersburg; Shawna Ashby, Elizabeth; Kathryn Bowers, Parkersburg; Alexis Casto, Ravenswood; Sheyenne Curtis Le, Belpre; Loren Elliott, Belpre; Makayla Harmon, Vienna; Savannah Hodgson, Mineral Wells; Megan Law, Washington, W.Va.; Ashley Shaffer, Cutler; Alisha Shamblen, Sandyville; Haley Sutton, Williamstown; Taylor Walls, Vienna.

* Truck Maintenance Certificate: Nicholas Durst, Pomeroy.


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