CNA Burin students graduate
College says so long to class of 2018
The hard work of students at the College of the North Atlantic (CNA) paid off as they celebrated their graduation May 30.
Sixty-six students enrolled in the various programs offered at the Burin campus received their diplomas.
The event was emceed by campus director Janice Moulton, while Brent Howell, dean of the engineering technology and natural resources department provided greetings on behalf of CNA’s executive.
A number of students were recognized for awards and scholarships they had received earlier the year, among them were; Kelsey Brushett in the welding engineering technician program, who received the Nalcor Energy Technology Bursary.
Other graduates in the program to be awarded included Logan Carvey-the CNA Legacy—Engineering Technology Distinction Scholarship, Joshua Hodder- CNA Nanuk’s High Five Bursary, Jessica PottNL Hydro Bursary for Women in Trades, Natural Resources, Engineering and Information Technology and Keyy Whitethe Canadian Federation of University Women Scholarship.
In the construction/industrial electrician program Keith Robere received the Princess Auto Foundation Industrial Trades Bursary.
Reginald Walters, in the cooking program, was awarded the Johanna Noseworthy Memorial Award.
In the non-destructive test technician program Jason Edwards was awarded the Student Representative Council Award, Kerri-Lynn Melvin received the Princess Auto Foundation Industrial Trades Bursary and Peter Walsh received the CNA Faculty and Staff Bursary.
Nickita House, a graduate of the sheet medal program, received the CNA Legacy—Industrial Trades Distinction Scholarship.
Jason Mullett, who completed the welding program was awarded the Harrison McCain Foundation Entrance Bursary.
Wednesday was graduation day for students enrolled in various programs at the College of the North Atlantic campus in Burin.