CCWF recognizes 190 graduates from educational, vocational programs

CCWF recognized 190 inmates who graduated or received certificates.

CCWF recognized 190 inmates who graduated or received certificates.

By Lt. Brian Davi, AA/Public Information Officer
Central California Women’s Facility

The Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) Sierra Adult School recently celebrated the graduating class of 2015.

CCWF recognized  190 inmates who graduated and received certificates of completion for educational and vocational programs consisting of high school diploma, general education diploma (GED), auto body, cosmetology, carpentry, electronics, electrical works, heating ventilation and cooling (HVAC), Office Services I and Office Services II.

Warden Deborah K. Johnson and her entire administrative team attended the graduation to recognize the graduates on their accomplishments and dedication to finish what they started.

“I am very proud of you for completing this important task. Learn to celebrate your accomplishments and encourage others to pursue their goals,” Warden Johnson said.

In addition, 166 inmates completed their required course work and received their Certificates of Completion, but either paroled or transferred prior to attending the graduation ceremony. CCWF is very proud that over 350 inmates were successful in accomplishing their goals.

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3 Responses

  1. Lt. M. D. Williams, CCWF Tuesday, December 22, 2015 / 8:48 pm

    AWESOME JOB CCWF! Lt. Davi, this is a great article. Thank you. This article is a testiment to how hard staff and inmates are working to accomplish great goals. I am always so proud of our institutions push to further education and encourage the inmate population to continue to set goals and complete them. Those numbers of completion speak for themselves. Let’s keep up the great work CCWF!

    Lt. M. D. Williams
    Central California Women’s Facility
    Whoo Hoo!

  2. delinia.lewis@cdcr.ca.gov Monday, December 21, 2015 / 9:40 am

    Great job, Warden Johnson.

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