Dr. Jennifer Servi-Roberts, third from left, observes, from left, community Spanish-interpreting students Cristal Castaneda of Clayton, Luis Vera of Smithfield and Rita Harrington of Coats as they practice a medical Spanish-interpreting scenario.
Dr. Jennifer Servi-Roberts, third from left, observes, from left, community Spanish-interpreting students Cristal Castaneda of Clayton, Luis Vera of Smithfield and Rita Harrington of Coats as they practice a medical Spanish-interpreting scenario. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Dr. Jennifer Servi-Roberts, third from left, observes, from left, community Spanish-interpreting students Cristal Castaneda of Clayton, Luis Vera of Smithfield and Rita Harrington of Coats as they practice a medical Spanish-interpreting scenario. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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