Oakland High School Students Earn Motlow College Mechatronics Certification

Oakland High School Students Earn Motlow College Mechatronics Certification | Motlow College, Oakland High School, mechatronics certification, Murfreesboro news, WGNS News

Twenty-four students from Oakland High School recently earned Level 1 certification in mechatronics during commencement ceremonies at Motlow College. Students who complete the Level 1 certification exam become certified Siemens Mechatronics System Assistants. Students attending the ceremony are, seated from left, Michael Henderson, Billy Hunter, Erica Preston, Nathaniel Jennette and Jacob Hill. Standing, from left, Keith Hamilton, corporate manager of the North America Manufacturing and Education Center for Bridgestone Americas Tire Operation in LaVergne; Aaron Wells, mechatronics instructor at Oakland High School; Khalid Tantawi, mechatronics instructor at Motlow; Dr. MaryLou Apple, president of Motlow College; Fred Rascoe, director of career readiness and assistant professor of mechatronics at Motlow; Bill Spurlock, principal of Oakland High School and John Marshall, assistant principal at Oakland High School.

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