Submitted by Denise King

Coastal Pines Technical College’s chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) recently held an induction ceremony on the Jesup campus. The National Technical Honor Society honors the achievements of students within workforce education, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive workforce. To become a member of the NTHS, a student must have at least a 3.5 GPA and be nominated by his or her instructor. The ceremony celebrated the academic achievements of the 30 students who were inducted.

NTHS members joining the honor society this spring semester are: China Acosta, Ware County; Theodore Allen, Glynn County; Brent Badis, Glynn County; Misty Baucom, Pierce County; Brandon Bean, Camden County; Bethany Bartram, Ware County; Jaden Blizzard, Ware County; Farren Carter, Jeff Davis County; Melissa Crawford, Pierce County; Kelvin Henderson, Charlton County; Loretta Hendricks, Clinch County; Colby Herrin, Wayne County; Samantha Hughes, Wayne County; Nicholas James, Brantley County; Sandra Jaime, Ware County; Mackenzie Johnson, Charlton County; Sarah Jones, Wayne County; Jennifer Kerr, Telfair County; Kelli McNab, Coffee County; Robin Rapp, Camden County; Grace Roberts, Wayne County; Janessa Romero, Jeff Davis County; Brooke C. Ryles, McIntosh County; Jim Sironen, Ware County; Travis Stauffer, Ware County; Bryce Swanson, Wayne County; Lacie Thomas, Wayne County; Andrew Waldron, Coffee County; Ursy Wallace, Ware County; Mallory Williamson, Wayne County; and Kayla Wilson, Brantley County.

Pictured are the National Honor Society inductees at the Jesup Campus of Coastal Pines Technical College along with the sponsors and administrators that welcomed the students into the society.

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