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WCJC RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM GRADUATES 10

Aug. 17, 2017 

 

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WCJC RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM GRADUATES

 

Ten students recently graduated from Wharton County Junior College's Radiologic Technology program. Front row, left to right, are DeAnne Garcia of Wharton, Gabrielle Hemphill of Wharton, Amanda Kubena of Wharton, Wade Labay of Nada and Lauren Dvorak of Lolita. Back row, left to right, are Amber Matej of East Bernard, Brittany Bock of Sweeny, Austin Trojacek of Columbus, Taylor Butler of Port Lavaca and Harley Braun of Yoakum.

WHARTON, TEXAS – Ten students recently graduated from the Wharton County Junior College Radiologic Technology program.

Graduates included:

  • DeAnne Garcia of Wharton
  • Gabrielle Hemphill of Wharton
  • Amanda Kubena of Wharton
  • Wade Labay of Nada
  • Lauren Dvorak of Lolita
  • Amber Matej of East Bernard
  • Brittany Bock of Sweeny
  • Austin Trojacek of Columbus
  • Taylor Butler of Port Lavaca
  • Harley Braun of Yoakum

The Radiologic Technology program is a two-year associate of applied science degree program designed to prepare students for employment as healthcare professionals capable of administering various diagnostic imaging technologies.

The program has limited enrollment. Any interested in the program should visit the college’s website – www.wcjc.edu – and click on the “Healthcare” icon under the “Programs” tab.

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