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Courtesy photo | Eight members of the inaugural Northwestern Medicine Woodstock Hospital Project SEARCH class graduated May 26 after 30 weeks of five-days-a-week training. All are employed locally. They are (from left) Julia Johns, sandwich artist at Subway; Tanner Ervin, production assistant at Kelco Industries; Trevor Netz, linen tech at Crothall Healthcare/Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital; Carlos Nolazco, dietary aide/dishwasher at Bickford of Crystal Lake; Alexander Sangl, showroom assistant at Exceed Floor and Home; Abby Stanton, facility operations team member at LifeTime Fitness; and Nicholas Pinter, order filler, quality assurance at Follett Corp. An eighth graduate asked not to be included in this article.
All eight program interns graduate May 26 with jobs waiting for them
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