TC3 Celebrates Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Graduation

Group of people in scrubs standing together in the front of a room. They are all wearing lanyards.

TC3’s Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program today graduated 11 students. The 3-week training prepares students for the New York State Certification exam and a job as a CNA. The ceremony was attended by their instructors Barbara Moose and Glenna McMinn, TC3 President Amy Kremenek, and the Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Partnerships. 

All students in the program passed their final exams and are well prepared to take the New York State Certification Exam. The program teaches students infection control procedures, emergency procedures, basic nursing, and other skills in a condensed format that helps prepare them for the workforce. 

Among the graduates was Samantha Evener, a third-generation CNA graduate. Both her mother, Carolyn Evener, and her grandmother, Diane Henry, attended the ceremony. 

Three women of various ages stand together. The youngest is holding a certificate and some flowers.

(From left to right) Carolyn Evener, Samantha Evener (Graduate), and Diane Henry