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Midlands Technical College Inducts 23 Top Students Into National Technical Honor Society

Midlands Technical College inducted 23 new members into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), representing the college’s Early Care and Education, Health Sciences, and Paralegal programs.  Family and friends of the honorees, as well as college faculty and administrators, attended the annual ceremony and reception March 30 in support of Midlands Technical College’s outstanding Career Programs students.    

“Induction into the National Technical Honor Society recognizes students for their hard work and achievements,” said Susan Teeter, the college’s NTHS advisor.We want the college and the community to be aware of the talents and abilities of our students who are on their way to becoming an important part of today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce.  We are so proud of them.  They will go on to do great things.”

The mission of the NTHS chapter is to ensure deserving career and technology students at MTC gain recognition for outstanding academic achievement.  The MTC chapter is open to eligible Career Programs students who achieve and maintain a 3.0 GPA, complete 12 or more credit hours, and have a faculty recommendation letter.

The 2017 inductees are: 

Early Care and Education: Janna Hines

Health Sciences: Richard Barber, Rachelle Barth, Sarah Bradham, Alexis Dempsey, Barbara Dyess, Shaniece Flint, Jasmine Gibson, Amanda Hagood, Christy Howard, Rhonda Livingston, Sara Nakhi, Brandy Patterson, Genarria Porter, Lindsey Renner, Paula Seawright, Christina Whittaker, Amy Wieber, Ashley Wilkerson, Francia Young, Laura Zessinger

Paralegal Studies: Melody Cooper, Nicole McCune

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