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WITC says farewell to over 600 graduates

More than 600 students were honored in commencement ceremonies across the four WITC campuses located in Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake and Superior.

Among the local graduates are Brittany Waller of Boyceville: Accounting, and Accounting Assistant; Kendall Wold of Downing: Office Support Specialist; Samantha Cary of Emerald: Medical Assistant, and Patient Services Specialist; Amy Kahler of Emerald: Medical Office Specialist; Samantha Klatt of Emerald: Early Childhood Education; Allison Nitchey of Glenwood City: Occupational Therapy Asst; Rhonda Ross of Glenwood City: Child Care Services E-Connect;  and E-CHiLD; Logan Smith of Glenwood City: Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Welding, and Welding/Maintenance/Fabrication; Jacquelin Gundlach of Knapp: Medical Admin Specialist; Jordan Kuhn of Knapp: Machine Tooling Technics; Patrick Robertson of Wheeler: Broadband Technician; Bailey Bednarek of Wilson: Occupational Therapy Asst.

Students earned completion certificates, technical diplomas and associate degrees across programs ranging from health, trades and technology to business. “WITC’s 2016 graduates accomplished a goal that will provide a better future for themselves and the communities they serve,” said WITC President John Will. “WITC is proud to call these graduates ‘alumni,’ and we wish each graduate the best of luck in their future endeavors.”