JCC Recognizes High School Equivalency and Curriculum Certificate CompletersPublished: August 10, 2018
In 2017-18, 116 students earned their high school equivalency diploma.
Johnston Community College hosted a summer commencement ceremony Aug. 9 for students who earned high school equivalency diplomas this year. Also, students who earned curriculum program certificates were recognized at the 7 p.m. ceremony on the main campus in Smithfield.
In 2017-18, 116 students earned their high school equivalency diploma from the main campus and an additional 20 were awarded at Johnston Correctional Institute. A total of 266 curriculum certificates were awarded.
Teresa McDonald, NCWorks Career Coach & faculty advisor for JCC, was the commencement speaker. McDonald earned a bachelor’s degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master’s degree from North Carolina State University. She is currently completing a doctoral degree in adult and community college education at North Carolina State University.
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