Columbiana County Career Center nursing grads

Twenty five students completed all the requirements at the Columbiana County Career Center’s registered nursing program to be eligible to sit for their state boards, the NCLEX-RN. The group was completing its last segment of training when the COVID-19 crisis began. Students earned their graduate status on April 17. Due to the COVID crisis, these students, upon registering to take their NCLEX, receive a temporary license to practice as an RN. In the meantime, the students are scheduling their official tests. They were led this year by Kelly Clark, MSN, RN, the program administrator. Pictured are (row one) Rachel Worsham, Ashley O’Neill, Brooke Simmons, Rebekah Gishbaugher, Shannon Weilacher, Nicole Schwartz, Julie Birkheimer, Jessica Mayle, (row two) Joel Campbell, Debra Maust, Michelle Bales, Patricia Tallent, Felicia Davenport, Megan Blake, Kendra Detchon, Larae Mattern, Alonzo Claybrook, (row three) Tamara Evan, Angela Zimmerly, Amanda Feezle, Kerstin Fields, Alycia Trekur, Elyse Elmore, Jessica Githagui. Not pictured is Meranda Zocolo. (Submitted photo)


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