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ASN Press Release ASN Bridge Graduates: (Front L-R) Carson Stone, Sarah Lewis (Middle L-R) Jennifer Robbins, Emily Mincey, Jennifer Foxworth, Katie McKenzie, Jessica Aaron, Hailey Copeland, Melanie Hosmer, Crystal Bramblett, Ansleigh Dickey, Michelle Hart, Dorsie Smith (Back L-R) Erin Merrill, Audrey Tharpe, Jamie Wilson, Morgan Yawn, Alex Farlow, Jessica Griffis, Ariana Croft, Nicole Moore (Not pictured) Pamela SelphAugust

August 7--  The Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Bridge Pathway Class of Southeastern Technical College (STC) held a pinning ceremony for its summer 2019 graduates on July 25 in the Swainsboro-Emanuel County Auditorium.   

The members of the ASN Bridge graduating class were: Jennifer Foxworth, Michelle Hart, and Dorsie Smith from Swainsboro, Jessica Aaron and Crystal Bramblett from Millen, Jennifer Robbins and Jamie Wilson from Lyons, Pamela Selph and Carson Stone from McRae, Hailey Copeland and Jessica Griffis from Vidalia, Morgan Yawn from Baxley, Erin Merrill from Reidsville, Nicole Moore from Glennville, Emily Mincey from Uvalda, Sarah Lewis from Kite, Melanie Hosmer from Hazlehurst, Alex Farlow from Metter, Katie McKenzie from Midville, Ariana Croft from Tarrytown, Audrey Tharpe from Mount Vernon, Ansleigh Dickey from Waynesboro.

ASN Instructor Shannon Veal said, “STC is very excited to be pinning our second cohort of ASN Bridge pathway nursing students. The students have worked extremely hard to reach their goal and we are very proud of each and every one of them. We wish them the deepest of congratulations.”  

The ASN Bridge Pathway option is offered on the Swainsboro campus and allows qualified individuals who possess current, Georgia unrestricted licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Paramedic (EMT-P) to bridge his or her education and training into the Associate of Science in Nursing Degree. The traditional option course work (RNSG courses) is completed within four (4) semesters. The ASN Bridge Pathway option allows qualified applicants to complete nursing program course work (RNSG-B courses) within three (3) semesters.  The ASN program is designed with curriculum to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to practice competently and safely as an entry level nurse in acute, long-term, and community healthcare settings. Students receive classroom instruction and coordinated clinical experiences in the nursing care of clients at local hospitals and community agencies under the supervision and guidance of the nursing faculty.