NTHS recognizes top students in Career and Technical Education with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The honor society has chapters in more than 4,000 schools nationwide. Membership in NTHS assists students in acquiring top jobs in their fields of study, preparing them for successful futures.
“We are incredibly proud of our students,” said NWFSC president Dr. Devin Stephenson. “They represent our institution at the highest level, and we know they will make a great impact on our community when they enter the workforce.”
The students inducted were Sheree Allgyer, Pensacola; Alyssa Beckdol and Elizabeth Marion, Destin; Valerie Bogar, April Bolin, Pamela Carter, Venequia Dixon-Ateme, Jessica Guillen, Megan Kennedy, Emma Lee, Amy Miller, Kristen Nails and Shauna Olson, Niceville; Jessica Jordan, Katelyn King, Amy Padgett and Savannah Thacker, DeFuniak Springs; Marikou Ketcham, Eglin Air Force Base; Chasity Kraus, Crestview; Kathy Reed, Fort Walton Beach; and Jessica West, Florala, Alabama.
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