Southcentral Foundation Celebrates as Inaugural Class of SKC-SCF Dental Assisting Technology Program Graduates
The inaugural graduating class of the new SKC-SCF DAT Program. From left to right, front to back: MiKylie Stephen, Lydia Wonhola, Kayleigh Sellers, April Henderson, Rachael Wilson and George Young, Hanna Wilcox, Maddison Vickrey and Amber Peterson-Tanuvasa.
On Jan. 24, the inaugural class of the new Dental Assisting Technology Program graduated. The class of nine students is the first round of graduates from the new Salish Kootenai College-Southcentral Foundation partnership, forged in the summer of 2017. The second cohort started Jan. 29, and has 12 students. This program offers college credits, immediate eligibility for the national certification exam, and the potential for a position with SCF Dental. The next available cohort begins in August and is now accepting applications online.