The honor society recognizes outstanding achievement of vocational and technical students.
The National Technical Honor Society at Johnston Community College inducted 41 new members for the 2015-16 academic year. The honor society recognizes outstanding achievement of vocational and technical students who have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours and maintain a 3.5 GPA. JCC has been a chartered member of the NTHS since 1999.
Margaret Raynor, JCC alum and administrative assistant in the enrollment and student success department at the college, was the guest speaker for the ceremony. She congratulated the students and encouraged them to stay focused on their goals and always do their best. "If you can't find a mentor, then be one. You always get what you give," Raynor said.
The following students were inducted during a ceremony April 7: Asilah Alwwahishi; Erica Andrews; Jonathan Barbour; Emily Bouchard; Melissa Chambers; David Clayton; Danielle Costa; Rebecca De La Cruz; Owen Daughtry; Leann Dewick; David Douglas II; Lourdes Duran Romero; Erica Edwards; Angela Ellis; Araceli Fajardo; Debra Green; Austin Harvell; Mary Hodge; Carla Hudson; Calvin Jernigan; Pablo Jimenez; William Joyner; Lauren Kelli; Bobbi Lane; Rodel Macatangay; Kenny Miller; Candice Northgrave; Beverly Owens; Lindsey Pearson; Estevon Rodriquez; Sharon Smith; John Stankiewicz; Amy Stewart; Barry Thornton; Tara Tripoli; Margaret Tyner; Jim VanFarowe; Catherine Wilkes; Allyson Williams; Rebecca Wilson; Karla Zalavarria.
For more information about the NTHS at JCC, please contact advisor Paula Parrish at (919) 209-2108.