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Students recognized for completing Emergency Medical Technician program
NICEVILLE - On May 11, Northwest Florida State College recognized students who successfully completed the college's technical certificate program for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) during the Spring 2015 semester.
Bradford Buchanan of Niceville received two awards at the ceremony: the Academic Excellence Award for highest class GPA, and the EMS Hearts & Hands Award in recognition of professionalism, compassion and positive attitude.
The Spring 2015 EMT graduates are:
Crestview: David Davis, Rachel Sory
Fort Walton Beach: William Bateman, Destinee Blunt, Brandon English, Abbey McNeal, Brandi Pryor, Brittani Svenson
Niceville: Bradford Buchanan, Vanessa Hasenzahl, Jesse Flegal, Chelsea Outman, Jason Schaefer
Valparaiso: Laura Kocher, Danny Willis
Destin: Maxeen King
Mary Esther: Kyle Ferres, Garrin Stuteville
Navarre: Alex Calabro, Anthony Jackson
Vernon: Seth Ward
The EMT program at NWF State College is a competitive admission, one-semester program that provides students extensive clinical experiences. The program accepts a limited number of applicants each semester. For information, call 850-729-4924 or visit the program's website.
Front (L-R): Mike Snider (instructor), Bradford Buchanan, Laura Kocher, Maxeen King, Chelsea Outman, Destinee Blunt, Brandi Pryor. Middle (L-R): Jason Schaefer, Brittani Svenson, Rachel Sory, Brandon English, Vanessa Hasenzahl. Top (L-R): Seth Ward, Garrin Stuteville, Abbey McNeal, William Bateman, Anthony Jackson. Not pictured: Alex Calabro, David Davis, Kyle Ferres, Jesse Flegal, Danny Willis.