JCJC’s Pharmacy Tech students pass national exam
Written By: Teresa Martin
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Date Submitted: 2012-05-01 16:47:20
ELLISVILLE – All thirteen Pharmacy Technology Program students in Jones County Junior College’s 2012 graduating class passed the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. These students officially graduated and were ‘pinned’ last week during a Pinning Ceremony designating these students as PTCB certified. The pin also signifies they have earned the A.A.S. degree from Jones.
Based on PTCB scores and GPA, Kirstan Clements of Waynesboro was awarded the Outstanding Student Award based upon her 4.0 GPA, having a perfect score on one of the three sections of the PTCB exam and having the highest overall score in the class. Presenting the award sponsored by Quinn Pharmacy was Melissa Ray, a certified technician at Quinn.
Pictured in the group picture in the front row left to right are: Kaylyn Walters, Laurel; Helen McKay, Waynesboro; Kristan Clements, Waynesboro; Heather Embry, Enterprise. Pictured in the middle row are: Emily Harrison, Bay Springs; Becky Burdette, Laurel; Joshua Smith, Quitman; Ashley Barlow, Laurel; Stephanie Sanford (instructor). Pictured in the back row are: Marsha Sanders (lead instructor); Amanda Satcher, Enterprise; Kelani Christian, Laurel; Princess Greer, Petal/Hattiesburg; Lakesha Moffett, Laurel; Jerrica Frazier, Heidelberg.
Picture cutline student award: Quinn Pharmacy representative and certified technician, Melissa Ray (right) presents JCJC’s Kristan Clements with the Outstanding Student Award of JCJC’s Pharmacy Technology Program,m which is sponsored by Quinn Pharmacy. The award is based on her 4.0 GPA, a perfect score on one of the three sections of the national exam, and having the highest overall score in class.