Pinning Ceremony Held at Enid for 49th Class of NOC Nursing

Northern Oklahoma College - May 18, 2022 8:41 pm

Twenty-nine Northern Oklahoma College Nursing Students received their nurses’ pins at a ceremony at NOC Enid Saturday May 14th in the 49th Class of NOC Nursing.
Nursing students from the Stillwater, Enid, and Tonkawa campuses received their pins and cited the Florence Nightingale Pledge.
The guest speaker was Lea Brown, Stillwater Medical Center.
She encouraged the graduate to focus on something other than themselves.
“Your work is not a means to an end,” she said. “Your work must have more meaning. The pleasure you have in doing your job is that you love people every single day,” she said.
NOC Nursing Division Chair Dr. Nikole Hicks congratulates each member of the graduating class and advises them to “continue to pursue excellence, advance in your careers and education, and use your life changing experience at NOC to change the lives of those with whom you will have contact over the course of your careers.”
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