Society recognizes outstanding achievement of vocational students.
The National Technical Honor Society at Johnston Community College inducted 33 new members for the 2018-2019 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.
A ceremony was held April 11 on the JCC main campus. Ronald Johnson, JCC business instructor and Smithfield police detective, was the guest speaker.
The following students were inducted for 2018-19: Julia Alford of Garner; Rose Anderson of Kenly; Janna Butler of Dunn; Barbara Dasinger of Benson; Karelys Diaz of Clayton; Kyle Evans of Pikeville; Angel Fry of Smithfield; Alondra Hernandez of Smithfield; Joshua Hummel of Clinton; Tonya King of Four Oaks; Kamisha Lewis of Wilson; Xavier Nix of Clayton; Ceidy Olvera-Diaz of Kenly; Julia Powers of Clayton; Jermaine Rankins of Smithfield; Cynthia Rico Ibarra of Kenly; Nelson Salas of Smithfield; Sarah Seebo of Turkey; Luke Thompson of Smithfield; Mary Tyndall of Dunn; Justin Vasquez of Middlesex; Kylee Vincent of Benson; Bryce Wagner of Clayton; Sheila Williams of Clayton; Zoe Zimmerman of Wendell; Amanda Brackner of Willow Spring; Hannah Canipe of Clayton; Amanda Huggins of Benson; Eileen Lepage of Four Oaks; Danielle Mitchell of Princeton; Ashley Wheeler of Angier; and Ian Meglaughlin of Smithfield.
For more information about NTHS at JCC, please contact Tiffany Ruiz at (919) 209-2214 or email@example.com.
Cut line: Dr. David Johnson, JCC president, congratulates Luke Thompson on his induction into the National Technical Honor Society.