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Monday, April 17, 2017

'Career Explorations' Events Returning In June

For the third consecutive year, the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton will host two free “Career Exploration” events in June for students who have completed the 8th through 12th grades. The first two-day event is from June 12-13, which must be filled to capacity before the second event from June 14-15 will be open for registration. Each day runs from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

There is a skyrocketing demand for people with career-specific skills training. Join UACCM faculty and staff on this two-day journey where students can explore several exciting possibilities for their futures. Students will gain hands-on experience and leave with a better understanding of various career fields, along with the skills they require. UACCM offers programs that fit almost everyone’s interests, such as Collision Repair & Refinishing, Automotive Service, Computer Information Systems, Drafting, Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance, and Welding.

“Career Explorations” is sponsored by UACCM’s Department of Workforce & Community Education. For more information or to register, contact Vicki Shadell at shadellv@uaccm.edu, or at (501) 977-2132. You may also register online at www.uaccm.edu/workforce. Click on the “see courses currently available” button and scrolls down to “Career Explorations” to register. Registration must be completed by May 15.

Friday, April 14, 2017

UACCM's 2017 Kids College To Start June 5

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s 2017 Kids College is now open for enrollment. From Monday, June 5, to Thursday, June 8, your child will venture under the sea to explore the world’s oceans and all of the incredible creatures that inhabit them.

Children entering first through fourth grades in August can participate in this four-day adventure filled with creation, imagination, education, and fun. The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission will also display its large mobile aquarium, featuring native fish and turtles, on the last day. Classes will run from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. starting in Kirk Building 116, so be sure your child brings a sack lunch and an afternoon snack. There are a limited number of openings, which will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost to attend is $75 per child.

To enroll a child, go to www.uaccm.edu/workforce. Click on the “see courses currently available” button and scrolls down to “Kids College” to register. Registration must be completed by May 5. Any questions may be sent to Vicki Shadell at shadellv@uaccm.edu, or at (501) -977-2132.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

UACCM Inducts 26 Students Into International Honors Society

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton inducted 26 students into the Beta Eta Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society of community and junior colleges, on April 10.

Top: Daniel Childers, Payton Buckner, Michael Morris, Anthony Sherrod, Regina Harvey, Faith McGhee, Lydia Howell, Derek Johnson, Maddison Cook, Cody Beck — Middle: Marc Roberts, Tristen Benton, Shane Taylor, Laura Heifner, Brooke Goodwin, Jana Davenport, Andrea Level, Loretta Carr, Cassandra Hubert — Bottom: Sarai Camarillo, Jennifer Roberts, Darell Simpson, Jasmin Burton, Deeanna Jones, Tiffany Watts, Atlanta Turnage

New Phi Theta Kappa members are listed here, organized alphabetically by county:

Conway County

Atlanta Turnage, Hattieville
Cody Beck, Morrilton
Derek Johnson, Solgohachia
Lydia Howell, Plumerville
Shane Taylor, Morrilton
Tiffany Watts, Plumerville

Faulkner County

Anthony Sherrod, Conway
Brooke Goodwin, Conway
Cassandra Hulbert, Conway
Darrell Simpson, Conway
Deeanna Jones, Conway
Faith McGhee, Conway
Jana Davenport, Conway
Jasmin Burton, Conway
Jennifer Roberts, Greenbrier
Laura Heifner, Conway
Loretta Carr, Greenbrier
Marc Roberts, Greenbrier
Payton Buckner, Vilonia
Regina Harvey, Conway
Sarai Camarillo, Conway

Pope County

Andrea Level, Russellville
Daniel Childers, Russellville
Madison Cook, Atkins
Michael Morris, Hector

Yell County

Tristen Benton, Houston

“Although Phi Theta Kappa members are acknowledged at graduation, the induction ceremony is a particularly special event for our students,” Tom McLeod, a Phi Theta Kappa advisor, said. “It allows for these students to be specifically recognized and honored for their academic achievements with family, friends, instructors, staff and administrators all in attendance. It is a well-deserved, pride-filled event for these students and their families.”

The mission statement of Phi Theta Kappa is “to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders.” To become a member, students must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework that may be applied to an associate degree while maintaining at least a 3.5 GPA.

Friday, March 31, 2017

Annual Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Bass Tournament Set for April 22

The Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit organization with members representing companies working in the Fayetteville Shale, will host its 10th annual bass tournament on April 22 at Greers Ferry Lake. 

Registration forms, along with the entry fee of $100 per boat, must be received no later than April 21. Any entry received after that day must include an additional $50 per boat to be registered. There is also a sixth man option for an additional $20 per boat, allowing participants to weigh six fish instead of five, making them eligible for the $500 Big Bass contest. 

Check-in begins at 4:30 a.m. Afterward, lines may officially be cast at 6 a.m. All participants must be in line to weight their fish by 3 p.m. before enjoying a family dinner provided at 4 p.m. Door prizes and a 52-card raffle will be offered as well. There is a guaranteed $1,000 prize for first place, with payouts paying one place per 10 boats. 

This event is open to the public with the exception of anyone who has served as a guide on Greers Ferry Lake in the last 12 months or anyone who has more than 50 percent of their annual income received by professional bass fishing. Arkansas Game & Fish Commission rules must be observed at all times. 

The primary focus of the FSSF is fund-raising activities that will grant scholarship support to students enrolled in the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton. Funds raised are used to support student scholarships. To date, the FSSF has donated $949,000 to the college. 

To register, go to www.fs-scholarship.com Registration can be completed online using the link provided, or participants can print out a registration form and mail it to the address listed on the form. 

Raye Montague to Give Special Lecture at UACCM

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton is proud to host a special guest lecture on Thursday, April 13 by Raye Montague, RPE, who is credited with the rough draft of the first U.S. Naval ship design using a computer. Montague will speak at 6:30 p.m., with doors opening 30 minutes prior, in the UACCM Fine Arts Auditorium. Her lecture will focus on both her struggles and triumphs as a true “hidden figure” of Arkansas.

Raye J. Montague, RPE
Official U.S. Navy Photo

Montague revolutionized naval ship design with her achievement, later earning the U.S. Navy’s Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 1972 — the Navy’s third-highest civilian award. The same year, Montague was nominated by the Secretary of the Navy for the Federal Woman of the Year Award.

Montague’s career spanned the development of computer technology, from the UNIVAC I, the world’s first commercial available computer, to what is now considered the modern computer age. She rose from working as a digital computer systems operator at the David Taylor Model Basin (now the David Taylor Naval Ships Research & Development Center) in Carderock, Maryland, to becoming the Program Manager of Ships for the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command — the civilian equivalent rank of captain. In this role, Montague was the first female responsible for five Field Activities, comprising a staff of 250 people and overseeing the procurement and purchase of CAD/CAM equipment for 111,000 people. She was also the first female professional engineer to receive the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Achievement Award in 1978 and the National Computer Graphics Association Award for the Advancement of Computer Graphics in 1988.

Montague accepting achievement award from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (1978)

After year of projects and receiving a host of other honors from military branches, industries, and academic institutions, Montague’s last project was the Seawolf-class submarine (SSN-21). In 2006, after fifty years spent in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area, she returned to Arkansas, where she remains active with LifeQuest of Arkansas, The Links Inc., the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, the Arkansas Association of University Women, and the American Contract Bridge League. In 2013, she was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame. She now lives in Little Rock. This year, she was featured on ABC’s “Good Morning America” as a “hidden figure” of the U.S. Navy.

This event is free and open to the public, though seating is limited. For more information, contact Special Events Coordinator Kristi Strain at (501) 977-2081, or at strain@uaccm.edu. If you have an accommodation need for this event, please contact UACCM’s Counseling Services at (501) 977-2095.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre's Production of 'The Reluctant Dragon' Visits UACCM

The Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre on Tour will perform "The Reluctant Dragon" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11 at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton's Fine Arts Auditorium. 

Children's Theatre on Tour is part of the State Services program at the Arkansas Arts Center, the state's premiere center for visual and performing arts. Recognized by The Drama League as one of the best regional theatre companies in America, the Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre is the only professional company in Arkansas that produces children's literary works for the state. 


In the AAC production of “The Reluctant Dragon,” a boy finds a dragon in the hills above his home. What is the boy to do with this “scourge and a pest and a baneful monster?” Pay the beast a visit, of course! But instead of a monster, the boy finds a civilized, thoughtful, poetry-reading new friend. Everything is fun and games until the ill-informed villagers send for St. George to slay this “reptilian menace.” That’s when the boy — armed with only a quick wit and a kind, courageous heart — must step up to save the day. “The Reluctant Dragon” is adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame and directed by Bradley Anderson, with music by Lori Isner.

This event is free and open to the public, though seating is limited. You can also download free educational guides for this performance at arkansasartscenter.org/activity-guides. 

For more information about this event, contact Kristi Strain at strain@uaccm.edu, or at (501) 977-2081. If you have an accommodation need for this event, please contact UACCM's Counseling Services at (501) 977-2095.

Arkansas Arts Center programs are supported in part by: the City of Little Rock; the City of North Little Rock; the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau; the Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, and the National Endowment for the Arts.  

Russellville Bookstore Owners to Host Small Business Workshop at UACCM

Emily Young, a 2013 graphic design graduate from the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton, and her mother, Pat, will speak at a small business workshop on April 6 at 6 p.m. in the UACCM Fine Arts Auditorium. The mother-daughter duo co-own the independent bookstore Dog Ear Books at 301 W. Main St. in Russellville. 

"Stand Out from the Crowd: Small Business Tips with Big Ideas" is an event hosted by the UACCM Business Department. Nancy Patterson, a UACCM business instructor, said she decided to hold the event to help give community members a chance to hear new ideas related to both creating and managing a small business. 

Emily is also the owner of The BrainStorm Agency, a graphic design business in Russellville. Pat is a former teacher and retired assistant principal of the Russellville School District. 

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Nancy Patterson at patterson@uaccm.edu, or at (501) 977-2047. If you have an accommodation need for this event, please contact Counseling Services at (501) 977-2095. 

Monday, February 27, 2017

Holocaust Survivor Speaker Series Returns To UACCM

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton is honored to host Holocaust survivor Susan Warsinger at the ninth annual Holocaust Survivor Series event on March 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the college’s Fine Arts Auditorium. Warsinger will speak beforehand at 10 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Catholic School gymnasium in Morrilton before going into more detail about her experiences during her nighttime lecture. 

Susan Warsinger
Credit: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

Warsinger — born Susi Hilsenrath on May 27, 1929 — was the eldest of three children. Her mother took care of the home while her father owned a thriving linen store in Bad Kreuznach, a city is western Germany. By 1938, Warsinger and her brother, Joseph, were smuggled into France after years of increasing violence and discrimination toward local Jewish citizens. After France fell to the German army nearly two years later, the two children were evacuated from Paris to the Palace of Versailles, the former home of French ruler Louis XIV. The children eventually made their way across Spain and Portugal before finally immigrating to the U.S. in 1941 with the help of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. The Hilsenrath family was reunited soon after, later settling in Washington, D.C.

“I experienced some of this horror,” Warsinger said when asked why she volunteers for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. “I am compelled by my conscience, and I am honored to join the education movement this museum represents. While guiding our visitors through the permanent exhibit, I teach them about the crimes against humanity that occurred in Europe between 1933 and 1945 … When we have finished our tour, our visitors understand that we all must learn from our past errors, that we all must remember what happened and that we all must ensure that such an inhuman assault as the Holocaust never recurs.” 

Susan Warsinger
Credit: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

Much can be learned from those twelve terrifying years of world history, but as years pass the public has fewer opportunities to hear from those who experienced them. UACCM hosts a different Holocaust Survivor speaker every year so that as many of these stories can be told, first-hand, to the central Arkansas community.

Warsinger will begin her lecture at 6:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium, with doors opening 30 minutes prior. This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Special Events Coordinator Kristi Strain at (501) 977-2081, or at strain@uaccm.edu. If you have an accommodation need for this event, please contact Counseling Services at (501) 977-2095.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

#MoreInMorrilton Information Session Planned for March 11

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton will hold a "#MoreInMorrilton" information session on March 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. This event is designed to give community members and prospective students of all educational backgrounds the opportunity to learn more about UACCM. 

Along with learning about the college's campus, various support and financial aid services, a student panel will give a presentation on "what they wish they had known" during the event. Attendees will also be able to visit with instructors and representatives from every program UACCM has to offer. Areas of interest include: 

  • General Education (Transfer Programs)
  • Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Business
  • Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology
  • Computer Information Systems Technology
  • Drafting 
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Education
  • Health Science (Nursing & EMT)
  • Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology
  • Surveying
  • Welding
Attendees will be treated to free food following the event, in addition to a chance to win one of three $100 Textbook Scholarships. RSVP to this event online here, or by calling (501) 977-2053. If you have an accommodation need for this event, contact Counseling Services at (501) 977-2095. 

UACCM Announces Fall 2016 Graduates

227 students received 289 awards between December 5 and December 13, 2016 during the fall semester graduation ceremonies at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton. The awards included 156 associate degrees, 16 certificates of general studies, 50 certificates of proficiency and 67 technical certificates.

Friends and family members gathered in UACCM’s Fine Arts Auditorium for five nights as graduates collected their awards from UACCM faculty and staff. Special guests who attended select ceremonies include University of Arkansas System President Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt, along with UACCM Board of Visitors members Doug Brandon, Paulette Smith, Joe Canady, Susan Gunderman.

Among those who graduated at the end of the fall 2016 semester were 29 students from Conway County, 102 from Faulkner County, 19 from Perry County, 32 from Pope County, 11 from Van Buren County, 14 from Yell County and 20 from other counties. The following graduates, listed alphabetically by city, received awards: 

(AA – Associate of Arts; AS – Associate of Science; AAS – Associate of Applied Science; ASE – Associate of Science in Education; ASB – Associate of Science in Business; AGS – Associate of General Studies; TC – Technical Certificate; CP – Certificate of Proficiency; CGS – Certificate of General Studies)

Adona
Terrell Bird – Petroleum Technology (AAS, TC, CP); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (TC, CP)
Victoria Rainey (AGS)
Shannon Williams – General Education (AA)

Atkins
Jimmy Bratton – (ASE); General Education (AA)
Megan Ewton – Early Childhood Development (TC, CP)
Michael Fultz – Petroleum Technology (TC)
Christan Poulton – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Maris Rodgers – Practical Nursing (TC)

Belleville
Brenton Buckman (CGS)
Jodi Catlett (CGS)

Benton
Christie Oliver – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Bigelow
Courtney Baxter – (AGS, CGS)
Cody Brunson – Surveying (TC)
Magen Dielmann – General Education (AA)
Cassity Gipson (CGS)
Tara Gosnell – (AGS, CGS)
Shaun Hays – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Emily Herman – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Andrea Rappold – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Samantha Stane – Registered Nursing (AAS)
James Thomas – Automotive Service Technology (AAS, TC)

Cabot
Steven Perdue – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Derek Schubert – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Casa
Lauran Wells – General Education (AA)

Center Ridge
Eric Howard – Petroleum Technology (AAS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (TC, CP)
Jennifer McFarland – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Shelby Osteen – General Education (AA)
Trudy Rappold – General Education (AA); Liberal Arts (AS)

Clarksville
Bertha McWilliams – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Shanna Routh – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Cleveland
Alicia Ingram – Early Childhood Development (TC)

Clinton
Pamela Caltrider (CGS)
Shayla Gray – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Jacob Lawrence – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Zachary McEntire – Networking Technology (CP)
Kara Snider – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Charity Vermeulen – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Conway
Jose Aguilar – Automotive Collision Repair Technology (TC)
Austin Baker – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Jacob Barrett – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Ashley Beck – Petroleum Technology (AAS, TC)
Logan Beck – General Education (AA)
Lancelot Belgrave – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Ashley Bernard (ASB)
Bryton Booher – General Education (AA)
Katelyn Boyd – General Education (AA)
Carson Bramlett – General Education (AA)
Charice Bryant – Practical Nursing (TC)
Jasmin Burton – Early Childhood Development (TC)
Kerry Causey – Practical Nursing (TC)
Maya Clarke – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Jordan Cost – Automotive Service Technology (AAS)
Jana Davenport – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Jesse Davenport – Networking Technology (CP)
Keri Diemer (AGS)
Erika Dison – Business, Accounting Option (AAS)
Kayla Earnest – General Education (AAS)
Stephanie Evans – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Danielle Floyd – Business (TC)
Madison Foster – General Education (AA)
Selena Garcia (AGS)
James Garner – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Brandon George – Petroleum Technology (AAS, TC, CP); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (TC, CP)
Brandi Glover – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Joshua Guidry – Drafting (AAS)
William Gwatney – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Networking Technology (CP)
Robert Halter – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Amanda Hickman – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Cassandra Hulbert – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Anthony Jackson (AGS)
Jacob Johnson – Automotive Service Technology (AAS)
Demetrious Jordan – General Education (AA)
Adamou Kamaye – Petroleum Technology (AAS, TC, CP)
Raymond Kelley – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Mariela Landa Cruz – Business (TC); Business, Business Office Technology Option (AAS)
Chasity Linville (AGS)
Catherine Lyons – General Education (AA)
Jorge Maldonado – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Christina McDaniel – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Sara McEntire – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Stewart McGee – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Edith Mendoza – Business (TC); Business, Business Office Technology Option (AAS)
Becky Miller – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Ethan Moore – General Education (AA)
Rebecca Moore – Early Childhood Development (TC)
Samuel Morris – Air Conditioning, Heating, & refrigeration Technology (TC)
River Oaks (ASE)
Felicia Olson – General Education (AA)
Brittany Patrick (CGS)
Quantaris Pettis – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)
Tessa Pitchford – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Allyson Ponder (ASE)
Stephanie Roberts – General Education (AA)
Joseph Ryan – Liberal Arts (AS)
Christian Salazar – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC)
Shawn Schichtl – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Devin Sherrill (CGS)
Alyssa Slusser – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)
Dylan Smith – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Kevionna Smith – Early Childhood Development (AAS)
Megan Smith – Liberal Arts (AS)
Nathaniel Smith – Automotive Technology (TC)
Nathan Snow – (AGS); Computer Maintenance (CP); Computer Information Systems Technology (TC, AAS)
Alana Sterling – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Jordan Stubbs – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)
Jessica Sundine (AGS)
Samantha Underwood – General Education (AS)
Zachary Venable – Petroleum Technology (AAS)
Diana Vintila – Practical Nursing (TC)
Joshua Walker (ASB)
Lauren Wren – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Kali Wright (CGS)

Damascus
Branson Hall – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Danville
Kristin Minnie – General Education (AA)
Courtney Roe – Practical Nursing (TC)

Dardanelle
Diana Bonilla Rivera – Liberal Arts (AS)
Mirna Mata – General Education (AA)
Steven Mendez – Networking Technology (CP)
Amber Wheeler – General Education (AA)
Robin Wolfe (AGS)
Stephanie Wood – General Education (AA)

Dover
Teresa Mefford – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Lakynn Noblett – General Education (AA)

Enola
Christina Varner (CGS)

Greenbrier
David Joshua Andrews – Automotive Collision Repair Technology (TC)
Denim Barton – General Education (AA)
Carolyn Besley – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Michael Bolding – Automotive Service Technology (AAS)
Katelyn Carter – Early Childhood Development (TC)
John Davis – Liberal Arts (AS)
Kelly Dickens – Practical Nursing (TC)
Mariah Gillihan – General Education (AA)
Zane Lemanski – Practical Nursing (TC)
Dylan Linn – Liberal Arts (AS)
Quincey Powell – General Education (AA)
Marc Roberts – Petroleum Technology (AAS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (TC, CP)
Maggie Rose – General Education (AA)
Harold Smith – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)
Patrick Staggs – Drafting (AAS)
Samantha Stephens – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Charli Strong (ASE)
Ashley Zinn – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)

Harrison
William Luyet (TC; Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology)

Hattieville
LeDeedra Jackson (AGS)

Havana
Danielle Erdelen – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Hazen
Johnny Ring – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Heber Springs
Nathan Xiques – Surveying (AAS, TC)

Hector
Sarah Burgener – Business, Accounting Option (AAS)
Amber Koster – General Education (AA)
William Nichols – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Higden
Melissa Hendrickson – General Education (AA)

Houston
Taylor Crawford – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Amber Koster – General Education (AA)

Austin Nahlen – Business, Retail Marketing Option (AAS)

Jacksonville
Alyssa Watson – Practical Nursing (TC)

London
Branda Dugan – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
William Gray – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)

Marshall
Justin Elliott – Surveying (AAS)

Maumelle
Crystal Thomas – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Mayflower
Wesley James – (AGS), General Education (AA)
Ashley Wilson (CGS)

Morrilton
Susan Carter – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Caitlyn Cooksey (ASE)
Ashley Curtis – General Education (AA)
Mandy Decker – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Heather Foster (CGS)
Classie Guenther – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Haley Hoelzeman – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Amanda LeMacks – Liberal Arts (AS)
Melissa Owens-Fleetwood – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)
Lindsey Turner – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Matthew Welcher (AGS)
Robert Williamson – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Priscilla Wilson – Practical Nursing (TC)

Mount Vernon
Rachel Fleming – Liberal Arts (AS)

North Little Rock
Rachael Bain (ASE)
Donna Carter – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Benjamin Martin – Petroleum Technology (AAS, TC, CP)
Wilda Thomas – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Oark
Helen Stewart – Petroleum Technology (TC)

Ola
Brittney Baskin – Practical Nursing (TC)

Oppelo
Brandi Edmunds – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Tiffany Hubbard – Liberal Arts (AS)
Courtney Riley (AGS, CGS)

Paris
Shawna Clayton – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Luis Ocampo – Drafting (TC)

Perryville
Rachael Loomis – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Natalie Sims (CGS)
Mary Volz – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (TC)

Plainview
Michelle Moats – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)

Plumerville
Deborah Arnold – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Andrea Clemons – General Education (AA)
James Smiley – Welding (TC, CP); Pipe Welding (CP)

Pottsville
Anthony Freeman – Drafting (AAS)
Morgan Tackett (AGS)

Rose Bud
Madelyn Murphree – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)

Rover
Kevin Abrams – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS)

Russellville
Cheryl Branch – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Jocelyn Coats – Practical Nursing (TC)
Tabitha Conn – General Education (AA)
Lena Couch – Business, Accounting Option (AAS)
Pamalla Duvall – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Anthony Fane – Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Megan Gomez – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Jessica Guevara (ASB)
Hali Harper – Practical Nursing (TC)
Ariel Hayes – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Mikeilah Heathcoat – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Renee Heathcoat – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Laura Iracheta – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Cynthia Mathews – Practical Nursing (TC)
Alicia Metcalf – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Sidney Pipkin – (CSG); General Education (AA)
Andrew Robinson – Business, Retail marketing Option (AAS)
Twylia Weatherall (AGS)

Scotland
Kelsey Love – General Education (AA)

Shirley
Cameron Angerman – Surveying (AAS)
Mary Duke – Liberal Arts (AS)
Katherine Dunham – Registered Nursing (AAS)

Springdale
Marcy Sisemore – Registered Nursing (AAS)
Natalie Gregory - Registered Nursing (AAS)

Springfield
Nicholas Andrews – Networking Technology (CP)
Kelley Baker – Practical Nursing (TC)
Gabriel Rodelo – Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Natalie Shipp – Early Childhood Development (CP)

Vilonia
Whitney Harrod – General Education (AA)
Alysa Hollingsworth – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)