Thirty-four Four County Career Center students were inducted into career education’s most prestigious organization, the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), during a banquet recently held at the Career Center. There are a total of seventy students on the honor society for the 2012-2013 school year.
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To be considered for membership, students must have a 3.6 GPA or higher during enrollment at Four County Career Center, 95% attendance, and excellent disciplinary record.
The National Technical Honor Society is America’s foremost scholastic honor for excellence in work force education recognizing the scholastic excellence of career center students. The society has over 1,500 chapters worldwide.
Rick Bachman, Director of Career and Technical Education, welcomed students, parents, and local associate school representatives to the recognition banquet. The meal was prepared by the Chef Training students under the guidance of Chef Peter Herold. Guest speaker for the evening was William Spiess, former superintendent at the Career Center.
Co-advisors to the Four County NTHS are instructors Dan Mundrick and Matthew Zwyer.
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