CNCC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

CNCC President Russell George congratulates Amy Griffin, the new president of the incoming PTK.

The 2015 induction candidates and out-going officers are: (top row) Adrian Martinez, Kailyn Sanders, Katherine Stokes, Rosamaria Martinez, Annie Sadvar, Alex Mackay; (fourth row) Jeremiah Fat, Kirstle Lyman, Jacki Hardy, Robert Minatra, Kellie Percival, Bailey Walker, Katie O’Hern; (third row) Keerstin Linnebur, Cassee Ames, Stephen Claassen, Kendal Jacobsen, Kendra Costner, Sophie Messaros, Danielle Stonehouse, and Lillian Sandford; (second row) Amanda Meinders, Dawn Pozorski, Erika Meininger, Leana Cox, Amy Griffin; (first row) Trisha Osborn, Johana Lara, Kim Gonzalea, Melanie Preston, Renee Gittings and Megan Bales.
The 2015 induction candidates and out-going officers are: (top row) Adrian Martinez, Kailyn Sanders, Katherine Stokes, Rosamaria Martinez, Annie Sadvar, Alex Mackay; (fourth row) Jeremiah Fat, Kirstle Lyman, Jacki Hardy, Robert Minatra, Kellie Percival, Bailey Walker, Katie O’Hern; (third row) Keerstin Linnebur, Cassee Ames, Stephen Claassen, Kendal Jacobsen, Kendra Costner, Sophie Messaros, Danielle Stonehouse, and Lillian Sandford; (second row) Amanda Meinders, Dawn Pozorski, Erika Meininger, Leana Cox, Amy Griffin; (first row) Trisha Osborn, Johana Lara, Kim Gonzalea, Melanie Preston, Renee Gittings and Megan Bales.
RANGELY I March 31 was a special day for 26 CNCC freshman students on the Rangely campus. The 26 students were inducted to Phi Theta Kappa, the Beta Epsilon Tau Chapter, which is the Chapter for CNCC Rangely campus only.

PTK is the largest honor society in American higher education for two-year colleges. The four hallmarks for Phi Theta Kappa are fellowship, leadership, scholarship and service.

CNCC President Russell George congratulates Amy Griffin, the new president of the incoming PTK.
CNCC President Russell George congratulates Amy Griffin, the new president of the incoming PTK.
Each semester, invitations for membership are extended by the chapter to students without advanced degrees who have completed at least 12 hours of courses which are leading them to an associate’s degree and who have at least a grade point average of a 3.5.
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