Students graduate from community college


College and Career Readiness students graduated from Sampson Community College this week to a packed house at the college’s activities center. This was the first-ever graduation at the venue and the first ever independent graduation of CCR students (formerly known as GED). The event was a tremendous success in terms of the crowds who lined up early to attend the event. The Activity Center was at capacity and had only standing room for the actual ceremony. In addition to CCR graduates, certificates were given for National Career readiness and English as a Second Language as well as Awards of Excellence. Earlene Thompson, a graduate of the 2011 GED class and commencement speaker for the event, speaks to students during graduation.


College and Career Readiness students graduated from Sampson Community College this week to a packed house at the college’s activities center. This was the first-ever graduation at the venue and the first ever independent graduation of CCR students (formerly known as GED). The event was a tremendous success in terms of the crowds who lined up early to attend the event. The Activity Center was at capacity and had only standing room for the actual ceremony. In addition to CCR graduates, certificates were given for National Career readiness and English as a Second Language as well as Awards of Excellence. Earlene Thompson, a graduate of the 2011 GED class and commencement speaker for the event, speaks to students during graduation.

College and Career Readiness students graduated from Sampson Community College this week to a packed house at the college’s activities center. This was the first-ever graduation at the venue and the first ever independent graduation of CCR students (formerly known as GED). The event was a tremendous success in terms of the crowds who lined up early to attend the event. The Activity Center was at capacity and had only standing room for the actual ceremony. In addition to CCR graduates, certificates were given for National Career readiness and English as a Second Language as well as Awards of Excellence. Earlene Thompson, a graduate of the 2011 GED class and commencement speaker for the event, speaks to students during graduation.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_DSC01398.jpgCollege and Career Readiness students graduated from Sampson Community College this week to a packed house at the college’s activities center. This was the first-ever graduation at the venue and the first ever independent graduation of CCR students (formerly known as GED). The event was a tremendous success in terms of the crowds who lined up early to attend the event. The Activity Center was at capacity and had only standing room for the actual ceremony. In addition to CCR graduates, certificates were given for National Career readiness and English as a Second Language as well as Awards of Excellence. Earlene Thompson, a graduate of the 2011 GED class and commencement speaker for the event, speaks to students during graduation.
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