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Students who recently completed Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute's Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) program have achieved a 100% passage rate on the North Carolina Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Exam. All are now eligible to work in North Carolina as a Speech Language Pathology Assistants. Pictured are front, from left: Amber Roten of West Jefferson, Crystal Jackson of Charlotte, Kristen Moore Bolick of Connelly Springs, Demetria Massey-Ngigi of Charlotte, Tiffany Oakes of Morganton and Cristy Culpepper of Huntersville. Back, from left: SLPA Director Jessica Raby, Megan Cerrie of Monroe, Emily Burchette of Lexington, Sandenise Shropshire of Stanley, Sarah Khan of Charlotte, Angela Hale of Taylorsville, Kristy Justice of Taylorsville, Sydney Millwood of Rutherfordton, Gabrielle Silver of Nebo, Emilee Hudler of North Wilkesboro, Taylor Willis of Shelby and SLPA Clinical Coordinator Paige West-Smith.

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