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H-VOLT program achievers honored at graduation event

H-VOLT program achievers honored at graduation event

April 25, 2022

Thirteen new high voltage linemen graduated from the rigorous 17-week H-VOLT Academy program on Thursday, April 21 during a graduation ceremony held at the UA-PTC Main Campus in North Little Rock.

The H-VOLT Academy is a certified power line worker training program hosted by the UA-PTC Business and Industry Center that gives real-world, hands-on instruction and experience to aspiring electrical power line workers. Students gain the knowledge and skills needed to install, repair, service, and maintain electrical power lines and supporting equipment. Students will also be equipped with the industry-specific skills for entry level employment, including an industry-recognized National Center for Construction Education and Research credential. The H-VOLT Academy program is sponsored by numerous area electrical utility companies, electrical cooperatives, and is designed to provide graduates a quality workforce.

UA-PTC administrators, program instructors, and graduates' friends and families were on hand to mark the occasion. One family drove to the graduation ceremony from Virginia!

"You pushed us and encouraged us to be the best that we can be," said graduate Zachary Like.

Learn more about the H-VOLT Academy at

Pictured left to right: (Back Row) Jarred Rogers, Ryley Smith, Noah Savells, Kaden Prather, Daylon Hunter, Sutton Carpenter, Ethan Fowler, Josh Corley, Tristan Robinson, Carson McKeiver, H-VOLT Instructor Brian Kelley (Front Row) Joe Morzark, H-VOLT Instructor Barclay Bowden, Director of Workforce Development and Community Education Sharon Cantrell, Dean of Technical and Professional Studies Angela Kremers, Johnathan Perez-Martinez, Provost Summer Deprow, Zachary Like, H-VOLT Instructor David Wallace, H-VOLT Instructor David Oliver.

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