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TCAT-McKenzie inducted four students into the National Technical Honor Society on December 5, 2018. The ceremony was conducted by Maureen Sledd, Administrative Office Technology instructor and …
TCAT-McKenzie inducted four students into the National Technical Honor Society on December 5, 2018. The ceremony was conducted by Maureen Sledd, Administrative Office Technology instructor and National Technical Honor Society advisor.
To qualify, the student must be entering at least their second trimester, must maintain an “A” average and must not have missed more than 22 hours in their previous trimester. The student must also promote the ideals of honesty, service, leadership and skill development among the future workforce. The student is nominated by his/her instructor for admittance into the NTHS. Inductees for the fall trimester are as follows:
From Administrative Office Technology — Tonia LaForce
From Automotive Technology — Julia Deaton
From Information Technology Systems Management — Kevin Varvaro
From Welding Technology (Weakley County Campus) — Jason Gallimore
TCAT-McKenzie congratulates these students for their outstanding achievement.