NTHS induction Spring 2018
April 12, 2018
LBW Community College recently held a National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) induction ceremony for several students in recognition of their high academic achievement in technical programs of study.
To be eligible, students must attain an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, be enrolled in a career or technical education program or major, and be recommended by program faculty.
As a member, students can apply for scholarships, gain recognition for superior achievement in a highly competitive workforce, serve in leadership roles, and connect with global career and technical education networks.
Included as a new member of the NTHS and technical programs of study are:
Andalusia – Courtney Nicole Smith, child development; Benjamin David Ford, welding; Katlyne Kennedy Chesteen, surgical technology; Thomas Dalton Moore II, industrial electronics; James Nathaniel Mancil, industrial electronics; Jonathan Charles Bush, welding
Dozier – Elizabeth Anne Cantaline, welding; Somer Raquel McVay, child development
Jack – Jeffrey Clint Grantham II, welding
Kinston – Michael Matthew Regan, industrial electronics
Opp – Brian David Adamson, industrial electronics; Dalton Davis Tidwell, air conditioning and refrigeration; Kristina Lynn Nelson, medical office administration; Lane Alexander Worley, diesel and heavy equipment mechanics
Rex, Ga. – Sierra Nichole Beecham, child development