College of Technology Honor Society Inducts Students
The Beta Xi Sigma Chapter of the two-year honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, will induct twenty-one new students on Wednesday, March 23rd at an evening ceremony at the Montana Tech College of Technology. This will be the sixth annual induction ceremony of the honor society.
The Phi Theta Kappa national honor society was established in 1918 in order to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership and service programming. Membership is by invitation only and requires students to be enrolled in a two-year degree program and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher with at least twelve college credits completed.
“We are very proud of our honor society students,” said Accounting Instructor, Vickie Petritz, who, along with Counselor, Cricket Pietsch, serve as Advisors to the Chapter. “They have worked hard and have really earned this recognition.”
The newly inducted students include: Amy Allred from Butte, Savannah Cron from Anaconda, Amelia Davis from Butte, Rachel Durkin from Butte, Carmin Eckhart from Helena, Dacy Elmer from Dillon, Robert Fitzgerald from Chicago, Melissa Gee from Butte, Angelique Gonzales from Miles City, Dion Hasson from Butte, Kathryn Little from Butte, Christin Nichols from Butte, Mary Osier from Butte, Jodi Robinson from Powderville, Michelle Schneiter from Butte, Julie Schroder from Deer Lodge, Kyla Sieler from Plevna, Kailee Smith from Butte, Eva Trahan from Butte, Jessica Ward from Whitehall, and Jami Welch from Butte.
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