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Most current jobs require post-secondary education and training and the majority of those jobs demand a credential indicating the holder has mastered a curriculum that includes knowledge and skills.

Tennessee College of Applied Technology – McMinnville recognized 49 students who completed their occupational programs at the conclusion of spring trimester 2016. The recipients included 21 practical nurses and 14 industrial maintenance technicians.

A total of 24 graduates are Warren County residents. Those students are Dana Beard, Shelby Boyd, Karlin Cantrell, Megan Delph, Nathan Lance, Sara McCurry, Bethany Norris, Code Phifer, Courtney Powell, Mattie Smith and Dianna Turner, practical nursing; and Steven Boles, Russell Chilcutt, Brad Craven, Benito Garcia, Jeffrey Hall, Gary Milstead and Ben Steele, industrial maintenance.

Other graduates are Lonnie Watson, automotive technology; Jathan Baker and Christopher Gross, industrial electricity; Daniel Bratcher and Francisco Torres, machine tool technology; and Dylan McPeak, welding.

A total of two graduates are Van Buren County residents. Those students are Logan Crain, industrial maintenance; and Matthew Mullican, automotive technology.

Grundy, Coffee, DeKalb and White counties also provided graduating students. New and returning students will begin summer trimester May 2.