PRCC graduates another CCMA class

Eleven students graduated today, signifying completion of the Pearl River Community College Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in Hattiesburg. The graduation ceremony was held at the Woodall Center. The students included Jessica Alexander of Jayess, Jemeika Amos of Hattiesburg, Jamie Byrd of Soso, Kirby Dean and Ny’Kiah Dean, both of Sandy Hook, Taryn Humphrey of Bogue Chitto, Meghann Kendrick of Sumrall, Hanna Lee of Prentiss, Timeka Perryman of Wiggins, Demetrius Rankin of Magee, and Mercedes Vines of Hattiesburg. CCMA instructor is Marissa Brandon and workforce project manager for the CCMA program is Michael Yarbrough. This is the third CCMA class to graduate from PRCC since the program began in 2019. Applications are currently being accepted for the spring 2021 class.

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