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- Monday, April 08, 2013
MGTC Honor Society Inducts Members
Warner Robins - The Middle Georgia Technical College Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recently inducted 15 new members. The induction ceremony was held during the Summer Quarter Awards Day Ceremony in the Auditorium at MGTC's campus in Warner Robins.
NTHS Advisor Kelly Sorenson, an English instructor at MGTC, conducted the ceremony.
For their induction, the students stood as a group and recited the membership pledge. Each student was then called on stage to receive a certificate and lapel pin. In addition, they each received a special gift.
To receive this honor, students must be nominated by an instructor, be a full-time student at MGTC for at least two complete quarters, and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.8. The student must also demonstrate leadership abilities and display a commendable attitude, good mentality, worthy character, credible achievement, and a desire to pursue a career in the field of his or her technical study.
Middle Georgia Technical College students who were inducted during the ceremony include Veronica Allegood of Gray, Aviation Maintenance Technology; Lance Arrington of Perry, Radiologic Technology; Jean Brown of Warner Robins, Radiologic Technology; Stephen Davis of Warner Robins, Aviation Maintenance Technology; Melissa Gonzalez of Warner Robins, Radiologic Technology; Kimberly Hall of Bonaire, Radiologic Technology; Jeffrey Hoover of Warner Robins, Aircraft Structural Technology; Jonathan Kelley of Warner Robins, Aircraft Structural Technology; James Landrum of Warner Robins, Aircraft Structural Technology; April Manos of Warner Robins, Radiologic Technology; John McCranie of Eastman, Electronics; Britney Mitchell of Kathleen, Early Childhood Care and Education; Carol Preston of Warner Robins, Radiologic Technology; Beneatha Richardson of Centerville, Dental Hygiene; and Timothy Supple of Perry, Aviation Maintenance Technology.
As a member of NTHS, students must possess the seven characteristic principles of the organization which are knowledge, skill, honesty, service, responsibility, citizenship, and leadership. The Society has recognized outstanding student achievement in workforce education since 1984. Over 1,500 schools and colleges throughout the U.S. and its territories are affiliated with NTHS. Induction into NTHS is a benchmark—the highest award for excellence in the workforce education in America.
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