Local Woman Among Latest Electrical Lineman Program Graduates At CCC&TI

A local woman is among the latest graduates of the Electrical Lineman Program at Caldwell Community College & Technical Institue.
 
Heather Hodges of Boone is among 11 graduates of the program, which concluded with a completion ceremony on Friday, March 15 at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir. Hodges was also among the recipients of the NC State Employees Credit Union “Bridge to Career Scholarship” to help cover the cost of training.
 
The State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Foundation established the SECU Bridge to Career Program to help eliminate barriers for students seeking to earn state-regulated or industry-recognized credentials through the workforce continuing education division of their local community college.
 
Lineman Graduation: Photo CCC&T
Front row, left to right, Matthew Keener of Connelly Springs, Seth Sizemore of Hickory, Heather Hodges of Boone, James Dula of Lenoir, Luke Stephens of Icard, Shannon Pennell of Marion, Brantley Helms of Bethlehem; Back row, left to right, Instructor Dean Ford, Instructor Steve Stillwell, Luke Roberts of Statesville, Caleb Braswell of Lenoir, Devin Wichie of Morganton, Victor Buelna of Indio, Calif., Instructor Scott Murray, Instructor Kim Sluder and Lineman Program Coordinator David Coffey.
 
SECU Lineman: Photo CCC&TI
 
NC State Employees Credit Union “Bridge to Career Scholarship” recipients
 Front row, left to right, are Megan Woodie of State Employees’ Credit Union, Heather Hodges of Boone, James Dula of Lenoir, Seth Sizemore of Hickory and Charlie Griffin of State Employees’ Credit Union. Back row, left to right, are Devin Wichie of Morganton, Caleb Braswell of Lenoir, Victor Buelna of Indio, Calif., and Shannon Pennell of Marion.

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