National Technical Honor Society inducts 16 from Darlington County School District

National Technical Honor Society inducts 16 from Darlington County School District
Posted on 02/21/2017
National Technical Honor SocietyDARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington County Institute of Technology (DCIT) held an induction ceremony recently for students and honorary faculty members accepted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). Students, family and other guests attended the event and a reception held afterward.

NTHS is an organization that recognizes outstanding career and technical students. To qualify for membership, students must be eligible to be a program completer, which means they are enrolled in their third and fourth unit of a specific program area, have a minimum 3.25 GPA overall and 3.5 GPA in Career and Technology courses.

Thirty-five students met the criteria this year, and 16 were inducted.

The students recognized for the accomplishment and inducted during the ceremony are Joshua Amerson, Wesley Caudle, Jalen Dixon, Mason Grady, Shelby Froese, Shane Gainey, Austin Grant, Harley Hanna, Connor Herron, John Huggins, Janai Moses, Rachel Norton, Matthew Privette, Mason Rogers, Isaac Rowe and William Watford.

The DCIT chapter of NTHS has four returning members: Jonathan Brown, Brandon Campbell, Alena Freeman and Dakotah Riley. The three honorary staff members are Linda Weatherford, Joyce Rouse and Aurelia Burgess. Bert Sandifer, business education teacher at DCIT, is the NTHS advisor.