Aug. 27, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Twenty-nine students recently graduated from WCJC's LVN program. Front row, from left, are Michelle Huddleston of Bay City, Tiffanie Mansios of Wharton, Jasmine Knox of Houston, Jasmine Marquez of Sugar Land, Shacayla Roberts of Wharton, Danielle Courtney of Bay City, Ashley Powell of Damon, Taylor Hernandez of El Campo, Roshanne Guerra of Victoria and Shaylyn Herald of El Campo. Second row, from left, are Jacqueline Green of Wharton, Ellie Valdez of Danevang, Sherika Burns of Brenham, Amber Harp of Rosenberg, Brittany Reado of Sweeny, Michele Molina of Houston, Baylee Womble of Needville, Kayla Velasquez of Houston, Karen Cajina of Houston and Chelsea McGinnis of Rosenberg. Back row, from left, are John Ervin Ricasio of Houston, Sandra Mujica of Palacios, Veronique Williams of Rosenberg, Christian Kirkland of Wharton, Myshnae Moore of El Campo, Ariel Makara of Bay City, Reyna Flores of Bay City, Oluwagbenga Attah of Richmond and Ravena Grigsby of Houston.
WHARTON, TEXAS – Twenty-nine students graduated from the Wharton County Junior College Vocational Nursing (LVN) program in a ceremony held earlier this month on the Wharton campus.
The LVN program is a certificate program that utilizes classroom and clinical instruction to prepare graduates for employment as a member of a nursing team. The program is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) and upon successful completion graduates are qualified to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). Those passing this examination and the Texas jurisprudence exam will qualify for licensure as a vocational nurse (LVN).
For more information, visit www.wcjc.edu