GNTC’s Grownup Training system retains Graduation Ceremony

Just one by one graduates of Ga Northwestern Technical College’s (GNTC) Adult Schooling plan submitted into the Meeting Center at GNTC’s Gordon County Campus (GCC) on Thursday, June 17, to rejoice earning their General Educational Development® (GED®) diplomas.

In get to sustain a socially distanced graduation ceremony, each student and their household have been offered a scheduled time to appear on to campus to stroll throughout the phase following earning their GED® award. Past year, GNTC’s Office environment of Grownup Training held commencement ceremonies on a few campuses due to a high amount of COVID-19 scenarios at the time. Lisa Shaw, GNTC vice president of Grownup Schooling, reported she was content to have all of the graduates in one particular location and looks ahead to a ongoing return to normalcy.

“We are all thrilled to celebrate our students’ success,” said Shaw. “I simply cannot say plenty of how proud I am of our students for overcoming such a extremely complicated year. Their willpower in reaching this milestone is quite inspiring.”

A whole of 42 graduates acquired their GED® diplomas Thursday evening, with many obtaining extra honors. Graduates wore pink and gold cords that represented academic accomplishments in the method. The purple cords were being worn by learners who scored 165 points or higher on any part of the GED® exam and the gold cords ended up worn by associates of the National Grownup Instruction Honor Society. All GNTC Grownup Education and learning graduates are college or university or workforce all set, stated Shaw.

Listed are the graduates of GNTC’s Adult Education and learning GED® system.

Corey Allison

Jennifer Ann Anderson

Kimberly Brooke Asher

Katherine Avans

Logan Avery

Kaily Brannon

Jackson Gregory Brill

Esmeralda Browder

Natasha Brown

Katelyn Carlson

Karissa Clay

Brianna Dillard

Brandi Griffin

Jasmine Gudger

Antonio Hackney

Maira Hernandez

Bethany Hodge

Shauna Hodge

Nathan Joseph Holladay

Jerick Hughes

Ryan Hughes

Jonathon Brett Jones

Shane Kneessi

Gracey Jean Lawless

Keith D. Leininger

Macie McCoy

Morgan Moore

Dashawnna Owens

Amber Michelle Patton

Jessica Perez

Alexis Pratt

Felix Quintanilla

Heisy Reynoso

Jessica Using

Deborah Darlene Runyan

Jessica Silver

Emily Thompson

Matthew Thompson

Shanna Wells

Britney Williams

Shamyla Williams

Carley Yarbrough

The Grownup Education and learning program offers instruction in Adult Discovering Centers in the course of its 9-county assistance area. Tutorial locations contain preparing for the Georgia Higher University Equivalency (the GED® check or the HiSET® test), grownup secondary instruction, adult basic schooling and English as a 2nd Language. Centers have modern day laptop labs, analyze resources, methods and expert grownup instruction team for both of those day and night plans. Length Studying possibilities are also accessible. 

Courses run yr-round and are available at no cost. GNTC is an formal GED® Tests Centre and a internet site for laptop or computer-primarily based GED® Testing in partnership with Pearson VUE, GED® Testing Companies and the Technical Faculty Program of Georgia. For extra details, make contact with GNTC’s Adult Training software at 706-295-6976 or [email protected].

Ga Northwestern Specialized College or university provides high-quality workforce education and learning to the citizens of northwest Georgia. College students have the option to generate an affiliate degree, diploma or a certificate in organization, well being, industrial or community assistance vocation paths. This past 12 months, 11,820 men and women benefited from GNTC’s credit rating and noncredit packages. GNTC has an yearly credit score enrollment of 8,591 students and an more enrollment of 3,229 people as a result of adult schooling, continuing education, enterprise and market instruction and Ga Fast Get started. For more information and facts about GNTC, stop by us at www.GNTC.edu. GNTC is a unit of the Technical Faculty Process of Georgia and an Equal Possibility Institution.