CPTC Offers Nurse Camp Students Hands-On Experience
Clover Park Technical College’s health sciences and human services programs enjoyed a special group of visitors Thursday afternoon, as 18 local high school students joined CPTC’s instructors and students for some hands-on experience as part of the 2016 Nurse Camp.
Roberta Wirth graduated from CPTC’s Dental Assistant program in 1983 and worked in pediatric and general dentistry for seven years in Tacoma. She’s been teaching at CPTC as a full-time instructor since 1990. She has an MS from Liberty University in Human Services with an emphasis on Executive Leadership.
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Debra Carson-Lewandowski, CDA, RDA
After graduating from CPTC in 1974, Debra worked for 13 years in small private offices and a large-group practice. Debra also received her associates degree from Tacoma Community College in 2015. She’s been teaching since 1987 and is the vice president of the Pierce County Dental Foundation.
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Hannah Precour graduated from CPTC in 2010 as a Certified and Registered Dental Assistant with a Dental Assisting Degree in Applied Technology. Hannah worked in an Endodontic specialty office for four years and continues to work part time as a dental assistant in a small family practice.
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