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Congratulations, School at Work graduates!

Surrounded by managers, colleagues and loved ones, eight proud Yale New Haven Hospital employees graduated from the School at Work (SAW) program Aug. 14. SAW, which began at YNHH in 2005, is a seven-month program that teaches subjects such as math, medical terminology, reading, writing, time management and goal setting. Classes are designed to give an extra boost to employees who want to get ahead in their careers, pursue a new position in a different department or assume more responsibility in their existing jobs. Attending the ceremony were, back row (l-r): Cynthia Lowman, career counselor, Talent Acquisition; graduate Angela Hendricks, Diagnostic Radiology; and Paul Patton, vice president, Human Resources. Front row (l-r): graduates Ama Miller, Psychiatry (Celentano 1); Beatriz Lopez, Environmental Services; Marlene Santiago, Food and Nutrition; Shawn Gould, Diagnostic Radiology; Gayle Lopez and Carolyn Johnson, Environmental Services; and Dionna Dontfraid, Medical/Peritoneal Dialysis (Celentano 4).