May 31, 2022 | Betty A. Proctor | Internal Press Release
May 31, 2022 (Chattanooga, TN) --- The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) at Chattanooga State Community College recently awarded diplomas and certificates to 126 graduates for the spring 2022 semester.
Diplomas were awarded to graduates who completed the following programs: Automotive Technology, 4; Barbering, 8; Cosmetology, 12; Industrial Maintenance Mechatronics, 6; Industrial Electricity, 8; Practical Nursing, 8; Administrative Office Professional, 1; Road Building, 1; Computer Support Technician, 2; HVAC/R, 7; Welding Technology, 9; Collision Repair, 1. Certificate program completers included Commercial Truck Driving, 22; Massage Therapy, 9; Aesthetics, 28.
Included among the spring graduates were Megan Johnston, ATEA National Student of the Year (Welding Technology), and seven SkillsUSA State Competition winners: Heather Everett, Thomas Buholzer, Liz Zapata Obregon, Caroline Childers, Kim Ortiz-Ruiz, Jacob King, Treasure Johnson.
Student speakers during the ceremony were Darien Hogans and Jennifer Simpson.
TCAT Chattanooga is a leading provider of hands-on training programs that educate and train students for high paying, in-demand jobs. For more information about TCAT Chattanooga programs, call (423) 697-4433 or visit chattanoogastate.edu/tcat.