CCMS employs students as Lab Assistants. Get to know our current Lab Assistants below!
Spring 2018-2019 cohort
My name is Natalie Hrcek and I am from Yorkville, Illinois. I graduated from Waubonsee Community College in December 2017 with an Associates in Science. I have known since grade school that I want to work in the death care profession; the first time I visited CCMS I knew this is where I wanted to be. I am excited to be a lab assistant and work closely with the clinical team. If you have any questions or concerns, I’d be happy to help.
Hello, everyone! I’m Robert Baker, and I live in West Chester, OH. I studied creative writing and biology at Bowling Green State University, graduating with my BFA in 2015. I researched careers that blend service and science, and I set my sights on studying to be a funeral director. I have no death-care experience outside of what I’m learning at CCMS, so I’m excited to work in the clinical lab to develop skills for the trade. As a writer, I constantly seek new experiences to generate poetry and stories. I also love Star Wars, sailing, and sea shanties! Email me with questions, or find me around the school. Memento mori!
My name is Gina Terry and I'm from a small Ohio town on the lake called Vermilion. I have a diploma in Business Administration from Ohio Business College and an Associates of Science degree from BGSU-Firelands. From the moment I attended the CCMS open house I knew I found the perfect college for me. I've always been interested in macabre career choices and attending CCMS is the perfect next step to achieve my goal of becoming a forensic autopsy technician or a Medical Examiner. I'm honored to be chosen as a lab assistant and to be able to work with the Clinical Team. I'm more than happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have, so please feel free to reach out at any time.
Spring 2019-2020 cohort
Hello everybody, my name is Alex Sweet. I was born and raised close by in the town of Milford. My biggest hobby I have is being a good father, and loving husband. I also like playing video games and watching horror movies. I have spent most of my college education with University of Cincinnati. I bounced around majors for awhile until I discovered my true passion, mortuary science. I have had experience in the field before coming to CCMS to prepare me for the challenges to come. I'm proud to attend such a great school and honored to be a lab assistant. If you ever need anything at all, I would be more than happy to help!