Tyler Junior College has announced 39 graduates from the TJC Associate Degree Nursing program for May 2020.
Graduates and their hometowns are: Joana Ahn, Tyler; Noemi Arriaga, Tyler; Anahi Arroyo, Tyler; LeaAnn Barrett, Tyler; Jerry Borja, Brownsboro; Timber Brown, Pickton; Laura Calverley, Palestine; Brittany Carroll, Grand Saline; Kelsey Crews, Lindale; Joshua Daniel, Tyler; Stella Davis, Overton; Isaac Espinoza, Winona; Brandie Feil, Tyler; Tasia Francis, Tyler; Diana Hernandez, Tyler; Austin Jureski, Tyler; Amanda Lee, Tyler; Ashley Lee, Pontiac, Michigan; Courtney Lenard, Rusk; Crystal Lopez, Tyler; Christi Lorduy, Yantis; Elizabeth MacPherson, Tyler; Karina Martinez, Tyler; Mariah Meenach, Tyler; Jose Murillo, Tyler; Tawni Newburn, Bullard; Uthman Njihia, Tyler; Sara O’Driscoll, Tyler; Esther Ogobuiro, Tyler; Haven Osborne, Tyler; Belen Penaloza, Tyler; Karen Peterson, Tyler; Linh Phung, Tyler; Marithe Reyes Diaz De Leon, Tyler; Kris Roberts, Tyler; KeelyJo Stamport, Quitman; Megan Stanford, Tyler; Kameron Tucker, Livingston; and Brandon Wilson, Tyler.
The TJC Associate Degree Nursing program is a 60-credit-hour curriculum that leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree. Graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) as defined by the Texas Board of Nursing.
Nursing is one of the most in-demand careers in the nation, with an average annual salary of $66,640.
Located in the heart of the Tyler medical district, TJC provides an excellent gateway into hospital, home health and other health care professions.
Applications for the spring 2021 semester are being accepted July 24-31. For more information, go to TJC.edu/nursing.