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(MUSIC) Brian Long: Today, we are having our white coat ceremony. This is just our small program, just our 23 students. Clinton Crews: Today’s coating ceremony will officially signify your transition from trainee to trained professional. Sapphira Brown: White Coat Ceremony is
special for me. I’ve always loved surgery and becoming a surgical assistant is
going to allow me to conquer my dreams, and I’m just excited to start my career. Richard Homan: And it provides an opportunity for them with a Master’s Level training to not only be superb clinicians in the operating room, but also have opportunities to be leaders. Lauren Allen: It’s like this day would never come, and now it’s here, and I’m overjoyed, and I’m proud of myself and all of my classmates and all of the work we’ve done to get to this point. Don Combs: This program is a trendsetter because it’s the only Master’s Level program in the country, and that means in the world. Sapphira Brown: I am the first person in my family to go to a graduate program, and I’m just excited to have conquered this. Lauren Allen: My family is very excited for me. I am the first person in my family to get a master’s degree, and I’m so happy that they could be here. Brian Long: I’m read to start actually implementing what I’ve learned throughout this school year at EVMS, and take what I’ve learned and
apply it to my future years as an SA. Starting June Seventeenth, I’ll start working at St. Mary’s in Richmond. Lauren Allen: Im going to be working
at Inova Fairfax, and I’m super excited. It’s my dream job, and I can’t wait to start. Sapphira Brown: My plan is to practice as a surgical assistant here in Hampton Roads. I’m so happy to be a surgical assistant! Certify! (LAUGHING)

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