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NCSC IRT Class Holds First Graduation

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/18/2014

Richland County's effort to train people for jobs that are open and waiting for them takes another step forward. Eight students graduated Friday from the new Industrial Readiness Training course at North-Central State College. The fifty-six hour class, which takes two weeks, is at no cost to the students. The course was created in cooperation with a long- standing temporary placement company, and leads to immediate employment. After receiving their diplomas, the eight students and their families were treated to cupcakes and punch. The second I-R-T class is underway, and the third will be offered in August, with more to come into the future. The graduates are Andrew Frad-Eckart, Geoffrey Goulden, Terrance Hardin, Nathan Heath, Carlos Hood, Tiffany Miller, Stephanie Newcomer, and Nichole Owens.

   
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