iTech’s class of 2017 graduates

113 Students graduate from iTech. (Submitted photo)

On May 25, Immokalee Technical College (iTECH) held its graduation ceremony in the IHS auditorium. Mr. Dorin Oxender, iTECH Director welcomed the 113 graduates and their guests who filled the auditorium to capacity. Representing the Collier County Public School District at the commencement was, Mr. Tom Conrecode, Executive Director of Support Services. Literacy student Juana Franco Vasquez and Multimedia Design student Oscar Nito gave the commencement addresses.

iTECH would like thank the following organizations which provided scholarships, assistance, internships, and other support to the graduates: Coalition of Florida Farmworkers Organization;

Culinary Arts Program; Farmworker Career Development Program; Federal and State Grants

Immokalee Multicultural Multipurpose Community Action Agency; School Advisory Council; Seminole Tribe of Florida; Career Source of Southwest Florida; The Immokalee Foundation, Inc.; Vocational Rehabilitation.
The graduates are: Early Childhood Education Christina Arredondo, Samantha Aviles, Abigail Castro, Alondra Cobarrubio, Sandra Cristobal-Matias, Flora Francisco, Leticia Gonzalez, Daniel Ortiz Gonzalez-Vasquez, Paola Huapilla, Diana Lopez-Jimenez, Saintila Occeus, Samantha Rodriguez, Brittany Vargas, Jessica Yanes. Heavy Equipment Service Technician Bethany Clay, Samuel Cruz, Keenan Montizaan, Daniel Placeres, Blake Evan Shira, Alexander Vinson Building Construction Technologies Cesar Escalera, Alejandro Garcia Rodriguez, Adrian Salas Automotive Service Technology Darrin Kutzavitch, Nicolas Jimenez, Daniel Martinez, Gonzalo Ramirez, Marco Robles, Jose Juaquin Vasquez Machining Technologies Luis Benitez-Munoz, Kenneth Breese, Gabriel Echevarria, Cquinton Koller, Maria Loredo, Edgar Molina Medina, Candelario Rodriguez, Sergio Sanchez, Wilder Valymer Cosmetology Ana Yenci Argueta, Cimarron Bonnaig, Oliverio Cortess Cruz, Laura Lidia Escobedo, Evelia Garcia, Erika Gonzalez, Karina Martinez, Bianca Molina, Maria Rosario Negrete, Brenda Perez Garcia, Sandra Romaldo, Rosa Valentin Medical Coder/Biller Anna Delia Correa, Suhey A. Lagunes, Regina Ramirez Juarez, Brenda Salazar, Iris Sanchez, Samantha Soto Patient Care Technician Sylvia Alvarado, Zuleyma Cervantes, Fanie Covarrubio Gomez, Maribel Espino Mora, Melissa Nerio, Brenda Parada, Eloise Pierre-Gilles, Yosi Trejo C.N.A and C.N.A/H.H.A. Alejandro Arreguin, Nadia Banda-Chavez, Jacqueline Beaird, Diovionne Clifton, Samaris Gutierrez, Stephanie Guitierrez-Labra, Irma Lopez, Jasmine Morales, Yessenia Ramirez-Moto, Blanca Reveles Ruiz, Estefania Reyes Banda, Alondra Zarata. GED Adriana Antonio Lopez, Jessica Espinoza, Juana Franco Vasquez, Raul Ray Garcia, Alicia Geronimo, Juan Antonio Geronimo, Ralph Kervins Louis, Marcus Anthony Madrigal, Ulises Ortiz, Fabian Ortiz Puente, Andrea Puentes, Andres Reyna, Raymond Rivera Jr. Literacy Bendy Bissainth, Vladimy Saint Louis, Maria Lucia Tanis, Juana Franco Vasquez Accounting Operations Claudia Frias-Macias, Nancy Trejo, Medical Administrative Specialist Amber Alday, Susana Gomez, Maria Leonidez Gallardo Commercial Foods & Culinary Arts Jacob Hilario, Celia Pena, Adan Perez, Vanessa Perez, Moises Ramirez, Monique St.Louis, Melila Vincent Computer Systems Information Technology & Applied Cyber Security Jean Antoine, Luis Chairez, Sage Palmer Digital Media-Multimedia Design Kevin Almodovar, Dialin Duvert, Oscar Nito, Angel D. Rodriguez and Reymundo Rodriguez.

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