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TCC to host GED graduation ceremony June 18

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (June 18, 2014) – Tallahassee Community College and the Division of Workforce Development will host TCC’s annual General Educational Development graduation ceremony at 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 18, in Turner Auditorium.

Ninety-eight individuals will receive their GED diploma on Wednesday evening. Students must score 2250 on the GED exam to receive a diploma.

“The GED commencement ceremony, coupled with actually earning their GED, provides the ticket to our students’ futures and all the dreams that they now have the ability to accomplish,” said Kimberly Moore, vice president for workforce development.

The graduation speaker will be Judge Kathy Garner of the Gadsden County Court in the Second Judicial Circuit. A video to be played during the ceremony will capture the diverse stories of the program’s students.

The ceremony will also feature remarks from Moore, TCC President Jim Murdaugh, Career Pathways Specialist Marilyn Barnes and student speaker Chavis T. Raynor II.

In addition, TCC will award the first annual Dream Big Scholarship in partnership with Moore Communications Group. The scholarship is the first in what will be a five-year sequence of awards.

According to Moore, a number of the GED graduates are currently enrolled or likely to enroll in credit courses at TCC in the fall.

For information, contact Marilyn Barnes at

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