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Kaplan Career Institute’s Kenmore Square Campus to Host Graduation Ceremony Friday

More Than 100 Students to Receive Diplomas in Allied Health Field

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 7:08 am CDT



Kaplan Career Institute’s Kenmore Square campus will hold a graduation ceremony on Friday, June 25, for 103 students. The ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur. Chassity Moore, practice manager at Boston Medical Center, will keynote the ceremony.

The Boston-based school will recognize students earning diplomas in one of three programs in the allied health field. Upon graduating, students may be eligible for entry-level positions in their field of study. According to the most recent State of Massachusetts Occupational Projections, a report by the Massachusetts Workforce Development, Policy and Information Division, dental assistant positions are expected to increase by 20 percent and medical assistant positions by 24 percent from 2006 to 2016.

Kaplan Career Institute’s Kenmore Square campus is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). ACCSC is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.

The June 2010 graduates from Kaplan Career Institute’s Kenmore Square campus are as follows:


Dental Assistant

Travis Bell, Brockton, MA
Jane Boncyk, Everett, MA
Tiffany Butler, Dedham, MA
Ilya Chernoguz, Boston, MA
Hillary Johnson, Brighton, MA
Mychael Lewis, Boston, MA
Anycee Machore, Roxbury, MA
Valerie Owens, Dorchester, MA
Jennifer White, Dorchester, MA



Medical Assistant

Gerald Alston, South Boston, MA
Dulce Amado, Dorchester, MA
Lisa Banks, Charlestown, MA
Kevin Black, Malden, MA
Chanhthajone Douangvilay, Boston, MA
Sara Dunn, Marshfield, MA
Yvette Fox, Dorchester, MA
Nancy Garcia, Dorchester, MA
Desiree Hullum, Boston, MA
Kathelin Lopez, Dorchester, MA
Annette McCollin, Cambridge, MA
Nadine Moore, Dorchester, MA
Mariel Morales, Hyde Park, MA
Tamika Morgan, Dorchester, MA
Nikisha Oquendo, Boston, MA
Shawn Packard, Malden, MA
Jeceyli Perez, Charlestown, MA
Elsie Quaye, Danvers, MA
Yosmeri Soto, Jamaica Plain, MA
Cassandra Marie St. Jules, Mattapan, MA
Victoria Turner, Brookline, MA
Nicole Villegas, Jamaica Plain, MA
Dustin Williams, Dorchester, MA
Kiara Acevedo, Roxbury, MA
Eulette Archer, Dorchester, MA
Andrea Arzu, Jamaica Plain, MA
Janeliz Aviles, Roxbury, MA
Brandie Barrows, Dorchester, MA
Sonia Borges, Boston, MA
Patricia Brevan, Boston, MA
Yanira Brunsen, Revere, MA
Sheree Burke, Roxbury, MA
Diane Carter, Hyde Park, MA
Naylan Cruz, Boston, MA
Daviana David, Revere, MA
Aisha Davila, Dorchester, MA
Kate Delaney, Lynn, MA
Anais Edwards, Mattapan, MA
Murielle Elie, Mattapan, MA
Bryan Fisher, Dorchester, MA
Kimberly Fitzpatrick, Charlestown, MA
Richie Freeman, Boston, MA
Edvania Greeley, Weymouth, MA
Vera Johnson, Brockton, MA
Jean Joseph, Chelsea, MA
Giovanni La Paz, MA
James Maddrey, Boston, MA
Leette Marshall, Boston, MA
Jenniffer Matias, Boston, MA
Tara Montanaro, Quincy, MA
Iman Moore, Cambridge, MA
Umesh Paneru, Allston, MA
Helen Polite, Boston, MA
Allison Resse, Lynn, MA
Sashida Rodriguez, West Roxbury, MA
Tramaine Sanders, Mattapan, MA
Ngesti Serrano, Mattapan, MA
Tamara Simmons, Mattapan, MA
Brianna Smith, Mattapan, MA
Maisha Smith, Boston, MA
Katie-Jeanne Stanton, Peabody, MA
Linh Tang, Randolph, MA
Seileen Toland, Boston, MA
Pornprapa Villanueva, Quincy, MA
Tonika Wade, Dorchester, MA
April Williams, Roxbury, MA
Alyssa Wilson, Weymouth, MA


Medical Billing and Coding Specialist

Hala Allam, Revere, MA
Heidy Alquijay, Hyde Park, MA
Inolin Calderon, Jamaica Plain, MA
Marilyn Correa, Boston, MA
Brenda Dennis, East Weymouth, MA
Joan Dimarzo, East Boston, MA
Marisol Fraguada, Boston, MA
Andrew Gorospe, Lexington, MA
Cherie Hart, Cambridge, MA
Jean Hooper, Boston, MA
Kara Horsley, Quincy, MA
Vernice Johnson-Valentine, Boston, MA
Standley Lawton, Allston, MA
Jennifer Lomba, Roxbury, MA
Pam Mallett, Winthrop, MA
Shaneka O’Neal, Brookline, MA
Rosette Phebus, Somerville, MA
John Price, Brockton, MA
Weeler Salomon, Everett, MA
Kamala Sherchan, Somerville, MA
Sheryl Sutherland, Mattapan, MA
Dorcee Tallent, Charlestown, MA
Charlena Thomas, Mattapan, MA
Virginia Thompson, Mattapan, MA
Ebonee Veale, Roxbury, MA
Denita Waiters, Dorchester, MA
Jacqueline Wynn, Everett, MA

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