MJC to Livestream Completion Ceremonies Online

Respiratory Care Completion Ceremoy, April 28, 2021Respiratory Care Pinning Ceremony

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Respiratory Care Pinning Ceremony Event Program

Modesto Junior College will welcome students who have completed the Respiratory Care program in 2021 for a safe and socially distanced Pinning Ceremony. Faculty will celebrate students as they are presented with their program pin and a Certificate of Completion. Face masks will be worn and social distancing protocols will be followed.

The MJC Associate’s Degree Program in Respiratory Care is a two-year program designed to prepare students for entrance into the practice of Respiratory Care.

 

Associate Degree, Nursing Pinning Ceremony, April 29, 2021Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Pinning Ceremony

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ADN Pinning Ceremony Event Program

Modesto Junior College will welcome students who have completed the Associate Degree Nursing Program in 2021 for a safe and socially distanced Pinning Ceremony. Faculty will celebrate students as they are presented with nursing pins and a Certificate of Completion. Face masks will be worn and social distancing protocols will be followed.

The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program at Modesto Junior College prepares students to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN), leading to licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN). The program is approved by the State of California.

 

Regional Fire Training Center Completion Ceremony, April 30, 2021Regional Fire Training Center Academy Completion & Badge Pinning Ceremony

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RFTC Pinning Ceremony Event Program

Modesto Junior College welcomed students who completed the Regional Fire Training Center Academy program in 2021 for a safe and socially distanced completion ceremony. Faculty celebrated students as they were presented with Certificates of Completion.

The Fire Academy Program was developed by the California State Fire Marshal and State Fire Training Program as a certification path to become a State Certified Firefighter. Graduates have completed a total of 480 hours of training and education, a and have met the experience requirement by working for six months as a full-time paid firefighter or twelve months as a volunteer or part-time paid firefighter.