Chatt Tech Students Inducted Into National Honor Society

(Marietta, Ga. – May 2, 2016)

Pictured, back row, from left, are: Christopher Baxter, Dennis Hopson , Tommy Eldridge, and Kathy Coleman (NTHS Co-Advisor); front row: Celnisha Dangerfield (NTHS Co-Advisor), Jennifer Nelson (Vice President for External Affairs), Vicky Tirado, Amber Walker and Karin Cutcliff. Not pictured: Scott Williams.

Pictured, back row, from left, are: Christopher Baxter, Dennis Hopson, Tommy Eldridge and NTHS Co-Advisor Kathy Coleman; front row: NTHS Co-Advisor Celnisha Dangerfield, CTC’s Vice President for External Affairs Jennifer Nelson, Vicky Tirado, Amber Walker and Karin Cutcliff. Not pictured: Scott Williams.

Seven Chattahoochee Technical College students recently were inducted into the college’s chapter of the National Technical Honor Society. Students selected for induction have a grade point average of 3.65 or higher, have received a nomination from a CTC instructor and have completed at least 12 hours of study at the collegiate-level.

The National Technical Honor Society is dedicated to recognizing deserving technical students for their talents and abilities. The organization promotes the ideals of honesty, service, leadership, and skill development among America’s future workforce, and rewards scholastic achievement in career and technical education.

The spring semester inductees were: Christopher Baxter of Hiram, Karin Cutcliff of Marietta, Tommy Eldridge of Dallas, Dennis Hopson of Kennesaw, Vicky Tirado of Canton, Amber Walker of Temple, and Scott Williams of Acworth.

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