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STLCC Students Inducted into National Technical Honor Society

December 15, 2015

Newest members of the STLCC chapter of the NTHS  
The newest members of STLCC's chapter of the National Technical Honor Society were inducted during  ceremonies in November.

Forty-five St. Louis Community College students have been inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) in ceremonies at the college's Forest Park campus.

The new inductees by campus and their fields of study are:

FLORISSANT VALLEY
Maria Brown
, Nursing; Alise Clopton, Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement; Misty Ellis, Information Systems: Office Coordinator; Donnitta Gockel, Human Services (Secretary); KaMaria Morrow, Human Services;
Aerrionna Smith, Deaf Communication: American Sign Language (President); Monica Ward, Business Administration (Treasurer)
 
FOREST PARK
Anne Beach
(Secretary); Stephanie Brown, Funeral Services; Rhonda Cross, Event Planning; Pserah Darling, Software Developer (President); Abra Fatora, Dental Hygiene; David Fischer, Network Engineering; Lilian Gacheru, Culinary Arts; Roger Hargett, Network Engineering; David Holt, Radiologic Technology (Vice President); Sharay Jones, Human Services (Treasurer); Tammy Kelly, Business Management; Linda Myers, Culinary Arts; Jennifer Oliver, Dental Hygiene; Hugh Scott, Human Services;
Rafal Yousif, Early Care & Education
 
MERAMEC
Keeandra Archambault, Horticulture (President); Amy Baker, Legal Studies for Paralegal; Nicole Barr, Physical Therapist Assistant; Tiffany Carey, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Pamela Devine, Graphic Communications; Katelyn Ericson, Mass Communications; Linda Fletcher, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Christina Force, Web Developer; Steven Geiger, Physical Therapist Assistant (Treasurer);
Shawna Glynn, Digital Media: Animation (Vice President); Heather Hayes, Interior Design; Marla Hente, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Toy Houseman, Legal Studies for Paralegal; Michel Keuss, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Sanghee Kim, Health Information Technology; Angela Marty, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Rachel Mezinis, Web Developer; Molly Reedy, Biotechnology; Steven Rich, Accounting; Anne Scammon, Occupational Therapy Assistant (Secretary); Rosemary Scrone, Legal Studies for Paralegal; Gabriel Sison, Physical Therapist Assistant; Katie Suermann, Legal Studies for Paralegal

Students who have completed six credit hours in STLCC's career and technical education programs with a grade-point average of 3.5 or better are eligible for induction.

NTHS currently serves approximately 80,000 active members and nearly 750,000 since its inception in 1984. More than $200,000 in scholarships is awarded annually to its members. NTHS honors the achievements of top career and technical education students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.

Thousands of schools and colleges throughout the United States and its territories have established a NTHS chapter on their campus. Member schools agree that NTHS encourages higher scholastic achievement, awards scholarships and cultivates excellence in tomorrow's workforce. Education is a critical and integral element that advances economies, and NTHS forges positive relationships with high schools, technical institutions and colleges to promote higher learning.

In addition, NTHS partners with the National Association of State Directors for Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEC) through a nationally recognized blog on CTE.org. NASDCTEC, through leadership, advocacy and partnerships like the NTHS, aims to support an innovative career and technical education system that prepares students to succeed both in education and their careers, and positions the United States to flourish in a global economy.