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Morning Pointe Senior Living congratulates 2024 graduating associates

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It’s graduation season, and among the high school and college graduates around the country are several associates at Morning Pointe Senior Living communities.

For some, Morning Pointe has been a stepping stone along their career journey, while others are staying with us post-graduation. Regardless, we are thankful they chose Morning Pointe to gain hands-on experience as they have pursued their education.

Meet a few of our 2024 graduates!

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Caroline Nix – Certified Nursing Assistant at Morning Pointe of Tullahoma Assisted Living and Memory Care, Tennessee

Caroline graduated from Motlow State Community College in Tullahoma in May with her associate’s degree in health sciences. She has been a CNA at Morning Pointe of Tullahoma for about 10 months, and her mother, Stacey Nix, is the Lantern program director at the community. “What I enjoy most is getting to make strong connections and relationships with my residents,” said Caroline. “My residents truly teach me more than anyone, and I wouldn’t trade the relationships I have built with them for anything!”

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Kenzie Garner – Resident Assistant at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lenoir City, Tennessee

Kenzie graduated from Loudon High School in Loudon, Tennessee, on May 11. She has been an RA at The Lantern since January 2024. “I was in search of a job, and I heard about Morning Pointe,” she said. “I was honestly hesitant about working there because I had never done any work like that before. I took a leap of faith and applied. I’ve never loved a job so much, getting to take care of so many sweet people keeps me going, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world!” Kenzie plans to attend the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Harriman to become a licensed practical nurse, and then go on to become a registered nurse.

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Bevin Harrill – Resident Assistant at Morning Pointe of Knoxville, Tennessee, Assisted Living

Bevin graduated on May 4 from Tennessee Wesleyan University in Athens, Tennessee, with her bachelor’s degree in pre-med biology with a minor in chemistry. She is also certified as an emergency medical responder. She has been a resident assistant at Morning Pointe of Knoxville for four years. “I started when a friend who was an employee here recommended that I apply,” said Bevin. “I enjoy getting to know the residents. Doing this job, you get really close to them, and they basically turn into a second family. Also, my coworkers are amazing, and it’s hard to imagine working anywhere else without them.” Bevin plans to go on to get her master’s degree this fall, preferably in biomedical science, and then on to medical school.

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Walters State Community College students – Certified Nursing Assistants at Morning Pointe of Greeneville Assisted Living, Tennessee

Brianna Lowe, Olivia Herman, Kaylee Brooks, Autumn Lee, and Lilly Gilbert are all graduates from the CNA class at Walters State Community College, a partner college through the Morning Pointe Foundation. They did a fundamentals day at Morning Pointe of Greeneville to go through a whole day of real-life experiences to better prepare them for their clinicals, and now they are working as CNAs at the assisted living community. “Working at Morning Pointe has given us the opportunity to have hands-on, real-life experience for our future careers,” they said. “We feel blessed to be able to learn and hone our caregiving skill with people that we truly love!”


Congratulations to each of these ladies and to all of Morning Pointe Senior Living’s graduates in the class of 2024! We appreciate your contributions to our communities and hope that we have also contributed to your personal and professional growth!

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