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Southeastern Tech Graduates Radiologic Technology Class - Vidalia

December 9, 2018 – Six students from Southeastern Tech graduated from the Radiologic Technology degree program. To celebrate the graduating class, a pinning ceremony was held on the Vidalia campus December 4, 2018.

The graduates were Brandi Rose Camacho from Reidsville, QuaShanna Alexis Daughtry from Twin City, Valerie Davis from Vidalia, Katie Michelle Lamb from Mount Vernon, Dakota Reece Logue from McRae, and Shannon Lindsey Rutan from Vidalia. 

The speaker was Mr. Keegan Spell, a former graduate of Southeastern Technical College and the program’s Clinical Coordinator. “It was an honor to be chosen as the speaker by the Radiologic Technology Class of 2018. Being a graduate from this program, I was able to vouch first hand on how the program has made a tremendous impact on my life. It is rewarding that I am now able to invest into the lives of others, what has been invested into me. I will forever remember the wonderful graduates of 2018 and look forward to the wonderful years ahead with our future Radiography students,” said Spell. 

The Radiologic Technology program takes approximately 19 months to complete, with extensive real life practical experience. Several of the graduates have job offers before completing the program. The program is taught by Tara Powell and Keegan Spell.

Graduates were awarded their pins by Tara Powell, STC Rad Tech Program Director. She said, “This program is a great entry level into the world of diagnostic imaging and most radiologic technologists continue their education by cross training into another modality or bridging their degree to attain their bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Sciences. Radiologic Technology is a definite hands-on profession. These students have worked long and hard to achieve their goal.”

For more information on careers in Radiologic Technology or any program offer at STC, visit www.southeasterntech.edu or call 912-538-3100 or 478-289-2200.

Vidalia Radiologic Technology Graduates

Vidalia Radiologic Technology Graduates (L-R): Clinical Coordinator Keegan Spell, Brandi Rose Camacho, QuaShanna Alexis Daughtry, Dakota Reece Logue, Katie Michelle Lamb, Shannon Lindsey Rutan, Valerie Davis, Program Director Tara Powell