Kachemak Bay Campus 2015 graduates

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, medical office coding

Colleen M. Behen

Kenai Peninsula College Associate of Arts Degree

Conner Barger

Adam Diaz

Alexander Konev

Dennis Martushoff

Michael Tupper

Michael Steen

Associate of Applied Science, Radiologic Technology

Nina Ellen Gunnell

Associate of Applied Science, Early Childhood Development

Cora Trowbridge

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Corrie Haigh

Melody Martin

Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education

Efimia Basargin

Masters of Fine Arts, Creative Writing & Literary Arts

Teresa Sundmark

Master of Social Work

Ingrid Harrald

Master of Education, Early Childhood Special Education

Hanna Young

UAS Master of Public Administration

Terry S. Rensel

General Education Development diploma

Sara Bascara

Erick Hicks

Issiac Holmes

Joseph Newton

Alyssa Ortega

Alyssa Nehren Rawls

State of Alaska certification, certified nursing aide

Ella Cary

Bailey Christenson

Zoe Fogg

Veronica Jinete

Esther Lowe

Sarah McBride

Britt Milne

Erica Neland

Leah Petrosius

Elena Polushkin

Chasity Sheffield

Melanya Skorohodoff

Jaime Roth

Anfisa Yakunin

American Welding Society certification:

Alexander Clark

Lee Prouse

Nicholas Rhodes

Hayden Chase

Nathan Suydam

Brandon Darr

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