Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville held its 2013 spring graduation ceremony on April 18. Twenty-eight students from ten counties participated. About 200 students graduate each year from one of TTCC’s full-time programs. Not all TTCC graduates choose to participate in one of the three graduation ceremonies held at the end of each term.
Graduation from Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville is the end result of many hours of hard work and dedication. The graduates of TTCC are hired for good jobs with potential for advancement. Many graduates also articulate to community colleges to earn associate degrees, or continue their education to earn bachelor degrees. The success rate of TTCC graduates is outstanding with 80-90% enjoying successful careers.
Members of the spring 2013 graduating class include:
Automotive Technology: Joshua Sherrill; David Shillings
Computer Technology: Katrina Anderson
Collision Repair: Lucas Brock
Drafting: Michael Spivey
Electronics: James Eller; JL South
Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning: Matthew Anderson; Stephen Coley; James Conley; Robert Daugherty; Collyn Tramont
Industrial Electricity Maintenance: John Marr; Avery Reed; Billy Smith
Surgical Technology: Shasta Bible; Kristen Clouse; Christy Dodson; Shawna Hammock; Peggy Haun; Patricia Hayes; Maribeth Haynes; Matthew Lamb; Genette Myers; Catherine Pate; Sarah Sampson; Bridget Suarez; Stephen Wolters