Off to work

Ten graduates of the CATV Splicing Technician Training program celebrated the successful completion of their month-long classes that earned them a job with Henkels and McCoy, Inc.

The program is under the cooperative efforts of the Kaua’i Community College Office of Continuing Education and Training, Henkels and McCoy, Inc., and the Kaua’i Rural Development Project.

From left (seated): Ronald Saito, Daniel Machado, RJ Quinsaat, Alfredo Yadao, Arnold Cruz; back row (standing) KCC provost Peggy Cha, H & M Instructor Robert Smith, Paul Henkels, Jr. of Henkels and McCoy, John Tijerina of Oceanic, Timothey Agustin, Jerry Dean Lamar, Miles Uemura, Benjamin Camelo, Mike Alverex, Jr. of Henkels and McCoy, and Justin Apa of Henkels and McCoy.

The graduates spent Friday morning completing classwork before adjourning to their commencement luncheon. The first new employees started work Sunday night with the remainder of the class on the job Monday morning.


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