Congratulations! to our most recent American Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training (NAT) graduates in Minnesota. Family and friends turned out to celebrate this achievement on December 30, 2014. Also, potential employers were on-hand to share information about their work places and to meet the graduates who are future caregivers.
NAT graduates display their new American Red Cross certificates.
NAT graduate Lizbeth Perez visits with a healthcare provider during the job fair.
Hayet Chalbe (l) celebrated with her daughter Zohra on graduation day.
NAT student Erica Parker was one of 7 graduates from Red Cross NAT on December 30.
NAT instructor Yelena McCormick reads Oh, the Places You’ll Go by Dr. Suess.
NAT graduate Trevor Brown gets employer information from a healthcare provider.
NAT coordinator Kimberly Fullmer offers congratulations to student Jordin Melchert.
The American Red Cross is the premier provider of Nurse Assistant Training (NAT) and has prepared individuals for work in the nursing field for over 100 years. The program is designed with input from educators, caregivers, and long-term industry representatives from across the United States. To learn more, click here.
All photos, credit: Lynette Nyman/American Red Cross