September 28, 2022
On September 15, a celebration in Theater 2 at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) honored the achievements of 74 individuals planning careers in emergency response.
These included graduates of the Paramedic program in the Allied Health Sciences department, who earned an Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) degree.
It also included current students in the Paramedic degree program, as well as high school seniors dual-enrolled in BMCC’s Paramedic degree program, both of which earned EMT certifications through the BMCC Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
BMCC Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Erwin J. Wong welcomed the graduates and their family and friends.
Paramedic Program Director Meghan Williams and Acting Dean, Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development Anthony Watson delivered remarks.
Joseph Cutrone, Manager at Global Medical Response, presented co-valedictorian awards, and Marc Moorer and Khalid Islam, professors in the BMCC Paramedic degree program, presented the EMT certificates.
The event’s guest speaker was Ryan P. Greenberg, Director of the New York State EMS Bureau. The Oath of Geneva was led by Dr. Diane Sixsmith, Medical Director of the BMCC Paramedic degree program. Provost Wong conferred the A.A.S. in Paramedic degrees and delivered closing remarks.
Following are the names of students honored in the event.
Graduates of the A.A.S. Paramedic program in the BMCC Allied Health Sciences department
Jenny Acevedo, Suheyrie Hernandez-Lopez, Nestor Paulino, Julisa Sanchez, Shirley Sanclemente, Eva Sturgeon
Students awarded EMT Certification from EMT program in the Allied Health Sciences department
Luis Avila Rose Batista, **Lissie Carlevarino, Katherine Chunir, Eammon Dobey, Andrea Gunawan, Nur Jannat, Jeffry Lopez, **Gabriel Medina Rodriguez, **Monica Juarez, **Karla Martinez Ramirez, Jahir Ramos-Alcantara, Eoin Riley-Duffey, Matthew Saransig, **Sarka Sobkova-Rousseau and Alexander Urena
Students awarded EMT Certification from the BMCC Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development
Malik Abraham, *Jacob Acevedo, Robert Albertson, *Charlise Alverio, Rodrick Aleandre, Dhimas Alvarez, Cyrus Blades, Juan Castillo, Pedro Cervantes Garcia, *Rose-Ali Devis, John Eisner, Axdler Feliz Medrano, Dantaniel Floran, Yaileny Gonzalez, Moises Hernandez, *Carolina Justiniano, *Izabela Kubis, Kevin Lastre, Jaime-Lee Lewis, Matthew MacDonald, Sean Madden, Andy Maldonado, Dale Martin, Francisco Martinez Garcia, Dyelle McNeil, Ralik McPherson, Matthew Melendez, Josiah Mena, William Merola, Oshon Moses, Erik Morales Rivera, Luis Morales, Joshua Ortiz, Rukmine Oudhilall, Philando Peart, Cazembe Ramirez, Brandon Roberts, Athlone Rodney, Brandon Roman, Vallery Rosario, Krystal Rudelmier, Miguel Saez, *Meriyina Sanchez, Justin Santos, *Supriya Sarker, Kerry Swan, Noe Tattegrain, *Catherine Tlacopilco, Imani Troy, Erica Umana, Angel Vera, *Douglas Walker and Aleksei Ustimov.
Click here to watch the recorded Live Stream Fall 2022 Paramedic graduation.
For more information about the BMCC Paramedic degree program please contact (212) 220- 8335 or HLT@bmcc.cuny.edu. For more information on the EMT courses in the BMCC Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development, please contact (212) 346-8433 or (212) 346-8423 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BMCC Paramedic degree program and EMT certification training in the Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development support the BMCC Strategic Plan including Strategic Goal 3: Integrate Career Development Throughout the Student Experience.
- September 15 ceremony in BMCC’s Theatre 2 honors Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) in Paramedic graduates from the Allied Health Sciences department
- Event also highlights high school seniors dual-enrolled at BMCC and current Paramedic majors who earned EMT certification through the Paramedic program as well as from BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development