"You are in so many ways the future. So many organizations and agencies will benefit from your skills. It's inspiring to see how seriously you take your training," said Fr. Mario Dorsonville, Director of the Spanish Catholic Center.
Special thanks to the Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs, Clark Concrete (part of Clark Construction) and the National Council of La Raza for their support of the construction program and the graduates.
Join us in congratulating the 51 graduates on their monumental accomplishment! Scroll down to see pictures from today's ceremony.
|Graduates process in to the sound of "Pomp and Circumstance".|
|Fifty-two graduates received diplomas from the program!|
|Tasty graduation cake - can you believe it's homemade?|
|Graduates are now prepared for a successful career in the construction industry.|
|The ceremonial hat toss.|
|Graduates pose with Spanish Catholic Center, Celia Sterling and Melida Chacon.|
|Father John addresses the proud graduates.|
|Spanish Catholic Center staff with Father John.|
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