Motlow State Community College recognized 14 new paramedics during a graduation ceremony held August 8 in Powers Auditorium on the College's Moore County campus.
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Yaritza Gotay has been named Dean of Students at Motlow State Community College. A native of Juncos, Puerto Rico, Gotay started at Motlow on July 1.
Motlow State and TCAT McMinnville co-hosted an in-service training day for Warren County, White County, and Cannon County Career Technical Education directors, STEM teachers, and counselors on July 29 in McMinnville.
Motlow State Community College was recently recognized as a VETS Campus, according to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, and pursuant to the Tennessee Veterans Education Transition Support (VETS) Act.